The nominal time (in seconds) that the primary Uniswap position should stay in one place before being recentered.
The minimum width (in ticks) of the primary Uniswap position.
The maximum width (in ticks) of the primary Uniswap position.
The maintenance budget buffer multiplier. The vault will attempt to build up a maintenance budget equal to the average cost of rebalance incentivization, multiplied by K.
If the maintenance budget drops below [its maximum size ➗ this value],
maintenanceIsSustainable will become false. During the next rebalance, this will cause the primary Uniswap position to expand to its maximum width -- de-risking the vault until it has time to rebuild the maintenance budget.
The number of standard deviations (from volatilityOracle) to +/- from mean when choosing range for primary Uniswap position.
The constraint factor for new gas price observations. The new observation cannot be less than (1 - 1/D) times the previous average.
The denominator applied to all earnings to determine what portion goes to maintenance budget. For example, if this is 10, then at most 1/10th of all revenue will be added to the maintenance budget.
The percentage of funds (in basis points) that will be left in the contract after the primary Uniswap position is recentered. If your share of the pool is <<< than this, withdrawals will be more gas efficient. Also makes it less gassy to place limit orders.
The volatility oracle used to decide position width.
The silo where excess TOKEN0 is stored to earn yield.
The silo where excess TOKEN1 is stored to earn yield.