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Categorisation: I have been asked why I moved Bernard Chazelle's categories. Away from "French people" and "American people" is clear - that is far too high in the categorisation tree for an individual. He was born and educated in France, which suggests to me he should probably count as a "French computer scientist". However, I suppose "American computer scientist" might makes sense and I'll include that as well - it is hard to tell with people who emigrate from one country to another which category they ought to belong to (I'm not sure that citizenship should be viewed as definitive), but certainly this is a man with a very strong association with France. --VivaEmilyDavies 06:28, 3 Apr 2005 (UTC)