I'm looking for a verb in the following context which expresses that you
- take notice of something and include that into the result of your action.
You create a test for a software and you detect a behavior which is in some way unusual. You find out what the reason for this behavior is and you decide for yourself that this must be wrong. But because it is not part of your job to decide whether or not, you ignore it and you create the test in the way assuming that the behavior were correct.
I ??? this (imho incorrect) behavior in my test.
All words that I find means either that you decide something to do or that you remember something:
- take something into account
- to bear/keep something in mind
- to consider
- to factor
But I don't want to express neither that you remember the mistake while creating the test nor that you decided to ignore the mistake.
The verb to include is the only one I can think of that works in the context, but have a bit different expression then the one I want to give. To include is in my understanding more like just to insert.
Edit for clarification: there is something that you know (you take notice of it) and you have a particular opinion about it ("it is wrong") but because you can't change it, you include that (wrong) behavior and handle it as if it were correct.