Thanks for clarifying @Rinku.David .
ViewType2 (the one that you copy/pasted here) is the only option that is not supported by the Hydra LEED sample file that you cite. You will see in the Quality Views description in the LEED credit library that there are a total of 4 different ways to define a view is a “quality view”. As you see in the credit description, you need 2 of these 4 total criteria in order to get the credit. The sample file provides workflows for 3 of these criteria.
ViewType2 is more difficult to model since it can depend a lot on the shape of flora or fauna or “movement” which, if you ask me, is some of the vaguest language that I know if within LEED. If you generate a set of points over the flora or fauna, though, you can probably use a version of this other Hydra sample file in order to determine the parts of the floor plate that have a view to the object.