I’m not sure the point of your question, and I suspect that you already know the answer.
If the load is constant through the ROM, it’s constant resistance. Add a lobed cable swivle and it becomes variable resistance. If load is placed with no joint movement it’s a “static” resistance, although I would never use that term. It’s, as has been pointed out, called isometric resistance.
I have no idea of what you mean by “accommodating resistance.”
What is it that you really want to know?