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This paper studies autonomous and AI-assisted control loops (ACLs) in the next generation of wireless networks in the lens of multi-agent environments. We will study the diverse interactions and conflict management among these loops. We propose "interaction and conflict management" (ICM) modules to achieve coherent, consistent and interactions among these ACLs. We introduce three categories of ACLs based on their sizes, their cooperative and competitive behaviors, and their sharing of datasetsarXiv:2110.12025v1 fatcat:k2zgjy7asfco3jhlenlnlpzw64