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It gives just the barest details of Professor Alan D Taylor, where he works and some important books, though it doesn't properly cover his academic interests even. It does not describe anything about the person himself - it has no biographical details.
The only reason I put it in was that there were a number of references to Alan Taylor in connection with fair division but they pointed at the wrong person. I have some books by him but they say nothing more about him other than can be seen on his website cv and publications list - and nothing of any sort of personal nature at all. I guess that's the way he likes it.
I guess one would have to write to him if this was to be anything other than a stub but I don't go in for biography myself. Dmcq 23:01, 15 April 2007 (UTC)