About Me

I am a PhD student at Universitat Politècnica de València (UPV). I obtained the Engineer's Degree (5-years BSc) in Computer Science from the UPV in 2009 and the Master's Degree in Artificial Intelligence, Pattern Recognition, and Digital Imaging in 2011. I received my current PhD scholarship from the spanish government in 2013. I have participated in several research projects related to Artificial Intelligence, Multi-agent Systems, Multi-agent Planning and Argumentation. Currently, I am mainly focused on Multi-agent Planning and Game theory. Download Resume

Contact Details

Jaume Jordán Prunera
Departamento de Sistemas Informáticos y Computación,
Universitat Politècnica de València
Camino de Vera s/n Valencia, CP 46022, Spain

jjordan _AT_ dsic.upv.es

Research Topics

  • Multi-agent Planning

  • Game theory

  • Planning and Scheduling

  • Multi-agent Systems

  • Argumentation


Research Projects

  • GLASS

    Goal management for Long-term Autonomy in Smart citieS
    Lead Applicant: Eva Onaindía

  • Plan Interaction

    Multi-agent Interaction for Planning.
    MICINN TIN2011-27652-C03.
    Lead Applicant: Eva Onaindía

  • Agreement Technologies

    Consolider Ingenio CSD2007-00022.
    Lead Applicant: Carles Sierra

    COST - European Cooperation in the field of Scientific and Technical Research IC0801 AT
    Lead Applicant: Sascha Ossowski

    ATforCE. PROMETEO 2008/051
    Lead Applicant: Vicente Botti

  • Integra BOEING

    BOEING RESEARCH AND TECHNOLOGY EUROPE S.L. 20081140
    Lead Applicant: Vicente Botti

Developments

  • BRMAP

    Better-Response Strategy for Multi-agent Planning (currently in development, not publicly available yet).

  • FMAP

    Forward-Chaining Multi-Agent Planning System. I have participated in the latests developments of FMAP (not publicly available yet).

  • ArgCBR Call Centre

    I designed and developed a case-based argumentation infrastructure in Java in which agents argue to solve a problem using Case-Based Reasoning, and also a Call Centre application with real cases and a web interface. The Call Centre application allows technicians to take the maximum profit of their knowledge by arguing and reaching agreements about the best solution to provide to the customer.

  • Magentix2

    Open Multi-Agent Systems Platform. I developed in Java a Service Facilitator agent (and other structures) which allows agents to register and search services through ontologies and Apache Tomcat web services. Furthermore, the case-based argumentation infrastructure presented above was included in Magentix2 (see Argumentative agents).

Publications

A. Costa, S. Heras, J. Palanca, J. Jordán, P. Novais and V. Julian
Using Argumentation Schemes for a Persuasive Cognitive Assistant System
Fourth International Conference on Agreement Technologies (AT-16) pp. In Press. (2016) Bibtex  

J. Jordán and E. Onaindía
Game-theoretic Approach for Non-Cooperative Planning
Twenty-Ninth AAAI Conference on Artificial Intelligence (AAAI-15) pp. 1357-1363 (2015) Bibtex  

J. Jordán, S. Heras, S. Valero and V. Julian
An Infrastructure for Argumentative Agents
Computational Intelligence Vol. 31 N. 3 pp. 418-441 (2015) Bibtex  

I. Sánchez-Garzón, J. Fedz-Olivares, E. Onaindía, G. Milla-Millán, J. Jordán and P. Castejón
A multi-agent planning approach for the generation of personalized treatment plans of comorbid patients
14th Conference on Artificial Intelligence in Medicine Vol. 7885 pp. 23-27 (2013) Bibtex  

J. Jordán, S. Heras, S. Valero and V. Julian
ArgCBR-CallCentre: A Call Centre based on CBR Argumentative Agents
11th Conference on Practical Applications of Agents and Multi-Agent Systems Vol. 7879 pp. 292-295. (2013) Bibtex  

S. Heras, J. Jordán, V. Botti and V. Julian
Case-based Strategies for Argumentation Dialogues in Agent Societies
Information Sciences Vol. 223 N. 20 pp. 1-30. (2013) Bibtex  

S. Heras, J. Jordán, V. Botti and V. Julian
Arguing to Support Customers: the Call Centre Study Case
Agreement Technologies pp. 507-527. (2013) Bibtex  

S. Heras, J. Jordán, V. Botti and V. Julian
Argue to Agree: A Case-Based Argumentation Approach
International Journal of Approximate Reasoning Vol. 54 N. 1 pp. 82-108. (2013) Bibtex  

J. Jordán, S. Heras and V. Julian
Argumentation Tool that Enables Agents to Argue
1st International Conference on Agreement Technologies (AT-12) pp. 455-456. (2012) Bibtex  

J. Jordán, S. Heras and V. Julian
Case-based Argumentation Infrastructure for Agent Societies
7th International Conference on Hybrid Artificial Intelligence Systems (HAIS-12) Vol. 7208 N. Part I pp. 13-24. (2012) Bibtex  

J. Jordán, S. Heras and V. Julian
A Customer Support Application Using Argumentation in Multi-Agent Systems
14th International Conference on Information Fusion pp. 772-778. (2011) Bibtex  

J. Jordán, S. Heras, S. Valero and V. Julian
An Argumentation Framework for Supporting Agreements in Agent Societies Applied to Customer Support
6th International Conference on Hybrid Artificial Intelligence Systems (HAIS-11) Vol. 6678 pp. 396-403. (2011) Bibtex