GIJANE®, an Intelligent Planning Agent (IPA), is poised to transform the way we plan and build information systems for quantum computing. Without exploring the “what” and “why” of this technology, the business and technical benefits of intelligent agents (IA) and quantum computing provide solutions for building elegant AI technologies.  What if you had a logic model to apply to the paradigm of business, and were permitted to explore architectures and standards, and explain the relationship among objects and object technology – in particular the meshed network of objects used to make money; you could fill books. GIJANE® aims to describe this terrain by providing an optimal model for planning information systems for quantum computing the probabilities of deterministic behavior relevant to an enterprise of any type or size.

GIJANE® is an intelligent agent-based approach to planning information systems for quantum computing and can be characterized in terms of three distinct, but related, topics: 1. An extendable-lifecycle solution development process that demonstrably addresses domain modeling — the effort spent on domain and problem understanding which can be leveraged to guide and accelerate plans. 2. Ontology-based domain models — fully understanding the domain which is essential to understanding the problems within the domain. The richness of domain models determines reuse and flexibility. 3. Architecture — applications that follows a consistent architecture which can interpolate systems of accounting and computer logic.

GIJANE® focus a human expert’s attention on the heart of the matter – domain modeling – by offering a network of superpositioned business entity relationships that CANNOT BE MODELED USING CLASSICAL COMPUTING.

An extendable-lifecycle solution development process

The intelligent agent-oriented lifecycle model of planning should be iterative and incremental. Over two decades of experience has confirmed that an IA orientation enriches contemporary planning by providing a model paradigm that is leading and reusable which can be integrated with best practices and software engineering lifecycles to leverage true systems of AI.  Thus professional’s can preserve considerable human intellectual capital while taking the next step in developing elegant, intelligent systems for a quantum future. 

Ontology-based domain models

The approach encapsulated in GIJANE®, builds an intelligent agent-based solution to building intelligent businesses by emphasizing the importance of domain modeling as a critical step to examining and monitoring applications and business methods from without and within. There are at least four distinct approaches to domain modeling: business process reengineering (BPR), object-oriented (OO), AI, and IA technology (which underpins most if not all systems). All four approaches are model-based and offer techniques for describing enterprising domains. The convergence of BPR, OO, and AI is incomplete without IA technology when using quantum computers.

Architecture – the Key to Agent-Oriented Development

IA technology does not provide protection from bad software engineering. Building enterprise-scale intelligent agent-oriented computer systems in quantum environments requires an architectural approach with a strong emphasis on modeling engineered processes and methods, guided by human experts. The GIJANE® approach to planning for quantum architectures built for multi-agent systems is based on the consideration that the fundamental design of elements can be initiated in different ways to accommodate creative agents who are reactive, deliberative or engage in hybrid behaviors. An approach to planning for distributed, multi-agent system in the quantum world can be summarized as follows:

Given: A set of goals, objectives and actions to be achieved or performed by a group of enterprising agents using a set of design elements,

Find: Appropriate the probability of deterministic behavior, based on available options, subject to applicable constraints.

For reasons detailed above, new, radical methods of planning operations on information systems that are naturally weak (such as brainstorming and unsupervised machine learning) should not be employed as corporations are not in business to advance computer science: they are in business to make money.  GIJANE® provides a plan for implementing quantum computing using quantum techniques. For information and pricing, please contact JR Cunningham at