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  • v. Present participle of deconflict.

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Examples

  • However, Software Transaction Memories do not work like databases - they are about detecting conflicting operations rather than deconflicting shared memory.

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  • The chief of signal troops is also responsible for deconflicting frequencies between signal requirements, ESO, and deception.

    FM 100-61 Chptr 7 Command and Control

  • As part of the coordinating instructions, the commander may find it useful to provide a timeline that includes an assessment of the troop-leading procedures conducted at the task force, company team, and platoon levels as a means of deconflicting leader responsibilities at each level.

    FM 71-1 Chapter 2 Battle Command

  • Also, he is responsible for deconflicting terrain problems for sensor sections.

    FM 44-48 Appendix A - Responsibilities

  • For example, it's not clear what organization will have responsibility for deconflicting airspace -- determining friend from foe.

    GovExec.com Top News

  • As part of Combined Task Force 151 Mahan is coordinating and deconflicting counterpiracy efforts with approximately 14 nations also operating in the Gulf of Aden, Red Sea, Indian Ocean and Arabian Sea.

    GlobalSecurity.org

  • A spokesman said this: "You've got to realize that DHS Secretary Chertoff was intensely involved, deconflicting a lot of misinformation.

    CNN Transcript Feb 10, 2006

  • And there's no method for deconflicting disagreements or turf warfare, "she said.

    VOA News: Top Stories

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