William (Bill) Mott Stewart
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
this page links to some of the things I've
worked on. Feel free to contact me at wstewart
at williamstewart dot com.
Code – Open source code for: Construction of geodesic domes in multiple dimensions; Proportional
representation for election results; Fuzzy
logic linear programming; AVL trees; and Website
Standard (1996-2012) – A
standard for having fun, republished widely, including
TQM Magazine and Taiwan Daily News. Translations
in five languages. Free poster download.
Party Financing (1991) – A simple
and balanced method, which MP Mark
Assad copied to
his fellow Liberal
Members of Parliament, and kindly mentioned it
the House of Commons when legislation passed in 2003.
Representation (1991) – A
simple and fair implementation method, including an
open source software application, prepared
for the Canadian Royal Commission on Electoral Reform of 1989.
Perspectives (1990-1991) – Essays on: Affirmative
Action; Capitalism and Socialism; The
UN Charter; Abbie
Hoffman; Chaos Theory; Individual
and Collective Rights; Changing
Constitutions; and Giving Women the Vote.
Philosophy – Why
Are We Are Similar? Why No-one Is Best. Your
Intelligence In Perspective. Is There
Any Trend? Anyone
Know Why We Are Here? Design
Builtin To Our Universe. Four To Start. Expanding
Stewart II – Father, had the most fun a human being could
have flying fighter planes, risked his life to help defend the free
world when it really mattered, and did his duty as a man as best
Albert Mott – Grandfather, helped build New Brunswick
as mayor of Cambellton and member of the legislature, with
the Proceedings of the N.B. Legislature from 1893-1902.