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James Stewart - - Computer Science
  • Thesis Title
  • A Meta-Analysis Approach for Evaluating the Effect of Software Development Policies
  • Date of Graduation
  • Fall 2011
  • Interests
  • process improvement
  • policy evaluation
  • organizational development
  • crime reduction
  • Awards
  • 2010 New Brunswick Public Safety Police Leadership Award for Excellence and Organizational Innovation.
  • 2010 3rd Place Crime Mapping, International Association of Crime Analysts and the Center for Problem-Oriented Policing Joint Training Conference.
  • 2009 2nd Place Crime Mapping, International Association of Crime Analysts and the Arizona Association of Crime Analysts Joint Training Conference.
  • 2009 2nd Place Intelligence Products, International Association of Crime Analysts and the Arizona Association of Crime Analysts Joint Training Conference.
  • 2007-08 UNB Departmental Award for Teaching Excellence
  • 2007-08 UNB Part-Time Graduate Student Merit Award
  • Publications
  • Stewart, J. 2010. Reducing Impaired Driving through the Identification of Repeat Target Vehicles. Submitted for publication Oct 2010.
  • Stewart, J., Tassé, J., Breen, S. 2010. A Meta-Analysis Approach for Evaluating the Effect of Software Development Policies. Submitted for publication Aug 2010
  • Stewart, J., and Tassé, J. 2007. Evaluating Policies and their Effects on Software Process Performance. In Proc. of the 11th World Multi-Conference on Systemics, Cybernetics and Informatics (Orlando, Florida, July 2007). International Institute of Informatics and Systemics.
James Stewart