In LEED CSv4, the daylight credit assumes that the entire floor plate excluding the core is considered regularly occupied area. Taken from the 'Rating System Variation' section on page 735 of the reference guide:

Core and Shell
Project teams may assume surface reflectance for finishes in unfinished spaces as described in the credit
requirements. Project teams must assume that all spaces except the core and restrooms are regularly occupied. In
unfinished spaces, permanent interior obstructions may be excluded from the analysis.

The views credit has a different requirement for the floorplate. Taken from the 'Rating System Variation' section on page 753: 

Core and Shell
Develop a feasible tenant layout based on default occupancy (or other justifiable occupancy count) for use in
analysis of quality views. Layouts should reflect the anticipated use of the unfinished spaces.

To me, there is an apparent contridiction between these two requirements and the general requirement to keep the regularly occupied areas consistent across credits (which will include the ventilation credit in addition to daylight and views). Is there some guidance on how to reconcile the areas and the requirements for each?