Jordan T. Thayer
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My name is Jordan Thayer. I am a graduate student at the University of New Hampshire in the Computer Science program. I am a member of the UNH Artificial Intelligence Group. I am currently working with Prof. Wheeler Ruml in the area of heuristic search. I am also occasionally a teaching assistant for CS730/830, Introduction to Artificial Intelligence. Before joining UNH in 2006, I attended Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology, where I got my undergraduate degree in computer science. While there, I was a DJ at WMHD, a member and president of Theta Xi, Kappa Chapter, and a developer at Rose-Hulman Ventures where I worked primarily for ObTech.


flag Learning Inadmissible Heuristics during Search
as author at  21st International Conference on Automated Planning and Scheduling (ICAPS), Freiburg 2011,
  demonstration video
flag A Brief Introduction to Search in AI
as author at  AAAI 2010: AI Video Competition,
together with: Wheeler Ruml,