nonconflicting

nonconflicting

(ˌnɒnkənˈflɪktɪŋ)
adj
not contradictory or conflicting
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nonconflicting testimony, even though it may have been "inherently
(22) Setting the bar at plausibility should, in theory, make it easier for those who find at least reasonable nonconflicting interpretations to convince others to join them.
With this we contribute to the first important step in a participatory group decision process by elucidating both conflict-prone actions and nonconflicting actions.
Under the condition of nonconflicting behaviors, the effort levels of the contractor and the owner do not relate to one another.
If the hash function and the homomorphic hash function are nonconflicting, the data integrity checking method in the paper is safe.
They are selected in such a way that the flight path is nonconflicting with paths of other aircraft and parts of the airspace where flight is not permitted.
[section] 381.986(8) (b) (2016) provided local governments with the authority to regulate 1) the quantity and geographical location of MMTCs; and 2) other nonconflicting, permitting requirements.
Due to the above reasons, traditional RSS measurements, as illustrated in Figure 2, where the grey grid stands for the slot used for measurements, were performed in a nonconflicting way.
Our proposed heuristic, referred to as Singleton-Share Binding, involves a two-stage process that first performs binding in each TMR module separately and then merges nonconflicting bindings between TMR modules.
On this assumption, the donut's hole is still up for nonconflicting homesteading.
"We're going to be doing a structural change at the agency, reclustering our clients," says Ray, resulting in "clustering clients together so that we are creating centers of excellence by industry to provide--in a nonconflicting way--the opportunity for insight and audience knowledge to flow from client to client."
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].