According to: http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/concerned
Concerned has the following meanings:
- interested or affected: concerned citizens.
- troubled or anxious: a concerned look.
- having a connection or involvement; participating: They arrested all those concerned in the kidnapping.
My sentence is the following:
It detects [something] and extends [something] of the concerned [things].
I am not 100% sure whether my use of the word "concerned" is correct here. I want to say that it only extends [something] to the [things] that did [something] that was detected. The closest definition would be the third one (involved).
Is it correct to use "concerned" here? Is there a better word?
Edit: The original sentence is:
A model detects the preemptions and extends the computation time of the [concerned] jobs.
I did not wanted to bring too much confusion with very specific words, but I understand that it might also be difficult to understand without...