The standard way to include references with IEEE style is the follows:



However, this method only shows a "Reference" section at the end of the file. I want to add a reference section for the current chapter, without a page break between the text and refs.

  • Which template do you use? – ferahfeza Feb 14 at 21:57
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    Welcome to TeX.SE. You state that you use the ieeetr bibliography style (which is really, really old, by the way), which works with BibTeX, yet you've set biblatex as one of the tags. Now, biblatex and ieeetr are mutually incompatible. Please clarify your intended document setup. – Mico Feb 14 at 22:04
  • @Mico, thank you, I didn't know 'ieeetr' and 'biblatex' are incompatible. I just wanted to use my citations according to the IEEE style. Is there a more updated/recommended way to achieve IEEE style? – ellamenopee Feb 14 at 22:12
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    Since your current approach is incompatible with biblatex I have removed that tag for now. It might be possible to use biblatex and biblatex-ieee to get IEEE-like bibliographies (and even chapter-wise bibliographies), but that is not the official IEEE style, nor is it compatible with all IEEE-document classes. It would greatly help if you could tell us more about your document, in particular which document class you use. Please expand the code shown so far to a so-called MWE (tex.meta.stackexchange.com/q/228/35864 and tex.meta.stackexchange.com/q/4407/35864). – moewe Feb 15 at 8:20

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