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Kth Manhattan Distance Neighbourhood

Problem Setter: ishubansal Problem Tester: raghav_aggiwal

Given a matrix M of size nxm and an integer K, find the maximum element in the K manhattan distance neighbourhood for all elements in nxm matrix.
In other words, for every element M[i][j] find the maximum element M[p][q] such that abs(i-p)+abs(j-q) <= K.

Note: Expected time complexity is O(N*N*K)


1 <= n <= 300
1 <= m <= 300
1 <= K <= 300
0 <= M[i][j] <= 1000


M  = [[1,2,4],[4,5,8]] , K = 2

ans = [[5,8,8],[8,8,8]]

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