jmp is a command line version of a Windows parser that operates on files that are used to generate Jump Lists. Jump Lists are a new feature, starting with Windows 7. They are similar to shortcuts in that they take one directly to the files or directories that are used on a regular basis. They are different than the normal shortcut in that they are more extensible in what information they display. For example, Internet Explorer will use Jump Lists to display websites frequently visited; Microsoft Office products like Excel, PowerPoint and Word, on the other hand, will show most recently opened documents.
From a user's standpoint, Jump Lists increase one's productivity by providing quick access to the files and tasks associated with one's applications. From a forensics standpoint, Jump Lists are a good indicator of which files were recently opened or which websites were visited frequently.
PS: A German AHK user looked for an option to open all project related documents in one go even after he's closed that session already. Therefore he had to identify those recently used files regardless that different programs have been used. Click [here] for further details (in German )