Enclosing Block


A block is called an enclosing block of a region if it has at least one adjacent point the belongs to the region, and at least one adjacent point that does not belong to the region.



Figure 1: Blocks marked A, B, and E are enclosing blocks. Block C is an interior block, while Block D is a defending block.


The ColorEnclosedRegion classifies all adjacent blocks as enclosing, interior, attacker or defender blocks.

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.

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