Interior of a Region


The interior of a region is a subset of points not adjacent to an enclosing block.



Figure 1: The marked spaces are the interior of the large region in the center of the enclosing blocks.


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

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.

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