- v. military To change the flightpath of a craft or weapon in order that there is less chance of an accidental collision.
- v. computer science To resolve contradictory conclusions or responses to queries in a rule-based or deductive reasoning system.
- v. To alter (something) to avoid conflicting with something else
- From de- + conflict. (Wiktionary)
“US envoy's Iraq vow: to fight, to ban flights or simply to 'deconflict'?”
“Without good C2, UAVs deconflict from other traffic by using the “big sky” theory.”
“They've actually cooperated with us in some areas to deconflict with their forces.”
“Does the PCO have any arrangements with Multinational Forces Iraq and military units throughout Iraq to request quick reaction forces and emergency medical and medical evacuation support to private security contractors that come under attack and to deconflict/facilitate movement of private security details and convoys with military unit movements?”
“This authority may take the form of budget certification, a power which the Director of the Office of National Drug Control Policy uses to review agency budget allocations, or it may take the form of a new statutory counterterrorism regime to deconflict various agencies 'overlapping authority.”
“Kirk Shireman (speaking NASAese): "... we will deconflict these two ...”
“Kirk Shireman speaking NASAese: "... we will deconflict these two ...”
“This also was good news because with no friendly units to the left or right or ahead, there was no need to deconflict fires before I shot.”
“Yet others have suggested (if I got it right) that perhaps there should be mechanisms to allow different types and viewpoints to deconflict and separate in the shared world (ala more space).”
“IMO - clearly establishing "rights" in some matter non-legal would be useful if it can deconflict different perceptions of individual's rights involved.”
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