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I've recently faced this sentence:

"Utility is a fixed or time-varying valuation that captures various QoS (quality of service) constrains"

I don't understand the meaning of the phrase "capturing the constraints". can anyone help me on this?

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    I found a powerpoint presentation (about cloud computing services) with a similar sentence which explains what those so-called "constraints" are. In utility computing environments, users assign a “utility” value to their jobs, where utility is a fixed or time-varying valuation that captures various QoS constraints (deadline, importance, satisfaction). – Weather Vane Oct 16 '20 at 15:43
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This falls under tHe third definition of “capture” in the Cambridge Dictionary is

to represent or describe something very accurately using words or images

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