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I'm writing a report and I'd like to have one bibliography at the end of the document, where the references are sorted by chapter like that :

Chapter 1's title ref 1 ref 2

Chapter 2's title ref 4 ref5

Does anyone have an idea of how I could do it?

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The simplest way I am aware of is to use biblatex. For example,

\documentclass[letterpaper,11pt]{memoir}

%refsegment specifies that each chapter will be a
% separate segment of a unified bibliography
\usepackage[refsegment=chapter]{biblatex}

\bibliography{ ... } % reference bib files as per normal

\begin{document}
\chapter{one}
% add some citations

\chapter{two}
% add more citations


% loop over each segment (chapters in this case) and
% \printbibliography for each one
\bibbysegment
\end{document}
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