From de- + conflict.
deconflict (third-person singular simple present deconflicts, present participle deconflicting, simple past and past participle deconflicted)
- (military) To change the flightpath of a craft or weapon in order that there is less chance of an accidental collision.
- (computer science) To resolve contradictory conclusions or responses to queries in a rule-based or deductive reasoning system.
- To alter (something) to avoid conflicting with something else
- We need to deconflict our schedules to find a time when we can all meet.