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The conflict resolution system main goal is to prevent and or solve conflicts when invoicing for a given exchange of data.


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For the Conflict Resolution system to work, the i3-MARKET Non-Repudiation Protocol (NRP) must be executed with every exchanged block of data. If the NRP is followed, any third party could verify the actual data exchange in order to prevent and/or solve a dispute. The Conflict-Resolver Service (CRS) can be run by a trusted third party to issue verifiable signed resolutions regarding the execution of the NRP.

As per the above explanation, the Conflict Resolution system relies on two subsystems:

  • The non-repudiation-protocol library;
  • The conflict-resolver service.