Color Enclosed Region

Definition

A color-enclosed region is a region whose adjacent points are occupied by blocks of color.

Example

Figure 1:

GoTraxx

The ColorEnclosedRegion class represents color-enclosed region in GoTraxx.

References
David Benson. Life in the Game of Go. Information Science, vol 10 (1976), pp. 17-29. Reprinted in Computer Games, Levy, D.N.L. (Editor), Vol II, pp. 203-213, Springer Verlag, New York, 1988.
Martin Müller. Playing it safe: Recognizing secure territories in computer Go by using static rules and search. In H. Matsubara, editor, Game Programming Workshop in Japan '97, pages 80-86, Computer Shogi Association, Tokyo, Japan, 1997.

Last edited Aug 10, 2007 at 8:53 PM by tgiphil, version 5

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