I would like to have a keyword paragraph with "Keyword" and text centered just as "Abstract" and its text is centered under \begin{abstract} ... \end{abstract}. How may I do this?

  • the setting of abstract (if it is defined at all) greatly varies between different document classes, so you would need to say which class you are using. the answer is simply to copy the definition and change abstract to keywords, in any case – David Carlisle Jan 18 at 18:12
  • @DavidCarlisle Thanks for the suggestion. Under the ams package I don't seem to have access to a definition of abstract. – Sapiens Jan 18 at 18:55
  • if your class allows you to have \begin{abstract} then the definition will be in that class, If you are using amsart then look at line 837 of texmf-dist/tex/latex/amscls/amsart.cls which is: \newenvironment{abstract}{% – David Carlisle Jan 18 at 20:47
  \centering Keyword \par}{}
% ...
\begin{keyword} Your text \end{keyword}

Change to suit your taste.

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