At one point in time I was an aspiring academic. Nowadays I build complex systems. One day I’ll finally get around to writing that book I’ve been putting off…


Bryan St. Amour: A Subjective Logic Library Constructed Using Monadic Higher Order Functions. Msc Thesis. University of Windsor, 2014.


Mostaghimi Ghomi, Hanan, Bryan Gary St Amour, and Walid Abdul-Kader. “Three-dimensional container loading: A simulated annealing approach.” International Journal of Applied Engineering Research 12.7 (2017): 1290.


Richard A. Frost, Bryan St. Amour, Randy J. Fortier: An Event Based Denotational Semantics for Natural Language Queries to Data Represented in Triple Stores. ICSC 2013: 142-145

Asish Mukhopadhyay, Harshit Rathod, Chong Wang and Bryan St. Amour, Certifying curve reconstruction algorithms, In Proceedings of the 26th EuroCG Workshop on Computational Geometry, pages 225-228 , Dortmund, Germany, March 22-24, 2010.

Kent, R. D., McCarrell, J., Paquette, G., St. Amour, B., Kobti, Z., & Snowdon, A. W. (2010). Application of Subjective Logic to Health Research Surveys. In Advances in Intelligent Decision Technologies (pp. 383-392). Springer Berlin Heidelberg.

Technical Reports

Xin Wu, Xijie Zeng, Bryan St. Amour and Asish Mukhopadhyay. Robust implementation of an algorithm to compute a convex polygon stabber of a set of isothetic line segments. Technical Report, School of Computer Science, University of Windsor, July 2009.


Xin Wu, Xijie Zeng, Bryan St. Amour, Asish Mukhopadhyay, Robust Computation of a Minimum Area Convex Polygon Stabber of a Set of Isothetic Line Segments.