Consider a document structure like this:
Some text to give an overview about what I want to tell in this chapter. In LaTeX, this heading would be produced using the
Heading-Without-Numbering In LaTeX, this is produced using
Here are some sentences, sometimes this text is longer and contains multiple paragraphs.
I wonder if this text still belongs to Heading-Without-Numbering or if that heading only belongs to that paragraph, as the LaTeX command suggests. If it does, how can I end the scope of that heading? If it doesn't, how can I extend it? I'd like to keep the indentation.
Is it okay to have the Heading-Without-Numbering at same level (2nd level) as this truly second-level heading (produced using the
\subsection-command)? What if Heading-Without-Numbering was numbered, i.e. 1.0.1 Heading-Without-Numbering?
I hope my questions are clear. I'm computer scientist, so maybe I think too much like I was programming, as there the start and end of scope of classes, functions, loops, etc. has to be defined very well. I'm writing a scientific paper.