nonconflicting

nonconflicting

(ˌnɒnkənˈflɪktɪŋ)
adj
not contradictory or conflicting
References in periodicals archive ?
On this assumption, the donut's hole is still up for nonconflicting homesteading.
Generally, when the criteria are nonconflicting, an MCDM problem can be solved by combining multiple objectives into one objective using a specific method such as the weighted sum model (WSM) and the analytic hierarchy process (AHP) [14].
Patrick's festivals -- in Newport, Pawtucket and Providence -- schedule on nonconflicting weekends, and Newport drew the March 14-15 window this year.
The economists on the DOJ team, however, saw the two approaches as nonconflicting and complementary.
That prioritization is important for a second reason: while some forms of regulated market seems more desirable than the status quo of no-market or a completely free market, there is such a thing as death by regulation; that is, it is possible that trying to adopt all of these fixes (or at least all nonconflicting ones) would produce a market that is worth more than either of the two polar options.
This additional requirement stems from the preference for not halting the machine completely when an exception occurs, which implies all the in-flight sheets in concert need a set of nonconflicting routes.
Dicha problematica queda lapidariamente manifestada en la incapacidad que tiene Nielsen en conjeturar algun modo posible: "I myself find no clear way of resolving them; that is to say, coming up with a nonconflicting set of considered judgments reflecting clear principles with attached priority rules.
This responds to the instrumentalist imperative of having secure, nonconflicting water entitlements.
Differences in methodology allow a nonconflicting coexistence of the Christian worldview with the theory of evolution.
Using the above three criteria, only nonconflicting responses were included in the analysis.
Koc noted that, "Turkey will be successful as long as we give nonconflicting messages to the international world and allow matters related to international relations be a tool of domestic politics.