I have a 16x16x16 cubic matrix containing [0;k]
possible values I would like to be able to list the largest possible cuboids inside that matrix where every value is the same for this cuboid.
An iterative "expansion" algorithm could do the trick, but given there are 4096 cells, that would be way to expensive to do.
There are similar questions, but they only address a two-dimensional matrix
I expect that by "cuboid", you mean that it must be the same size in all 3 dimensions.
In that case, the size of the largest cuboid with maximal point (x,y,z) can be calculated from the sizes of the largest cuboids with maximal points (x-1,y,z), (x,y-1,z), (x,y,z-1), (x-1,y-1,z), (x-1,y,z-1), (x,y-1,z-1), and (x-1, y-1, z-1).
Just process the points in sum(x,y,z) order, and then, if all those neighboring points have the same value, then largest_cuboid_size(x,y,z) = 1 + min(largest_cuboid_size(..for each neighbor with a smaller coordinate...))
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