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Tracing a box and then spiraling inwards is a commonplace defensive behavior
(fig. 3.28). Once the box is marked, the opponent cannot get in;
a spiral-in then exploits this gained territory optimally.
Spiral Inwards. A spiral inwards
is a good solution to make the most out of a closed space (black=agent, gray=human).