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Consideration as part of the IAUS structure

A Consideration is a mapping of an input value through a Response Curve to get a value that is used to help score a Behavior.


Considerations have different components, most of which make them what they are and are required.


The Input on a Consideration is the data that the consideration needs to retrieve in order to process.

Response Curve

The Response Curve of a Consideration is what converts the value of the input into the output value for that Consideration. It is comprised of a Response Curve Type and Consideration Variables that define what the curve "looks like".


Considerations may have Input Parameters that add more context specific to processing that consideration. (Note that these are different from Behavior Parameters which apply to the Behavior as a whole.)