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## Bibliography Starts on a New Page

The natbib package in LATEX checks to see whether the `chapter` command is defined. If so it decides to use that for the bibliography headings. This will generally place the bibliography on a new page, which is what you would expect for a book. However, the llncs LATEX document class does define the `chapter` command, but is used generally for writing articles! A simple solution is to tell natbib to use section rather than chapter for the bibliography:

 ```\usepackage{natbib} \makeatletter \renewcommand\bibsection% { \section*{\refname \@mkboth{\MakeUppercase{\refname}}{\MakeUppercase{\refname}}} } \makeatother ```