JP2003099184A - Information system and information processor and input pen to be used for the same system - Google Patents

Information system and information processor and input pen to be used for the same system

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JP2003099184A
JP2003099184A JP2001292240A JP2001292240A JP2003099184A JP 2003099184 A JP2003099184 A JP 2003099184A JP 2001292240 A JP2001292240 A JP 2001292240A JP 2001292240 A JP2001292240 A JP 2001292240A JP 2003099184 A JP2003099184 A JP 2003099184A
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Seishi Fujisawa
Masashi Kagawa
成士 藤沢
正志 香川
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Sharp Corp
シャープ株式会社
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PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide an information processing system capable of automatically executing data communication in a non-contact state, and improving the recognizability of handwritten characters and to provide an information processor and input pen to be used for the information processing system. SOLUTION: In this information processing system 8 equipped with an information processor 2 and an input pen 1 for inputting information to the information processor 2, the input pen 1 incorporates an RFID device 10 having a storage means for storing information and a communicating means for generating a voltage according to a received electric wave and for transmitting the information stored in the storage means. The information processor 2 is provided with a wireless antenna 20 for transmitting the electric wave to the RFID device 10 and for wirelessly reading the information. When the input pen 1 is present in a communication enabling range, the information is automatically read from the RFID device 10 so that the pen user can be recognized, since the personal handwriting pattern information of the pen user is stored by the RFID device 10 such that character recognition can be executed based thereon.

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Description: BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION 1. Field of the Invention The present invention relates to a pen input device.
Information processing system, information processing apparatus used for the same, and
Regarding the input pen. 2. Description of the Related Art Conventionally, in an information processing apparatus, an input
Analog resistive touch panel that performs input by touching
Switch panels are widely used. Analog resistance film method
As an input pen used in touch panels,
JP-A-7-28585, JP-A-6-214704
And Japanese Patent Application Laid-Open No. 2000-222526.
Input pen. These input pens can be used with batteries,
Built-in memory and microcomputer, personal information etc.
Is stored in a memory and used as an external storage medium. Only
While there are many built-in parts, the pen shape is large,
It is heavy and inconvenient to use. Also,
Replace the battery when the built-in battery for driving the microcomputer is exhausted.
There is also the disadvantage that it must be replaced. [0003] A place for operating an information processing device with an input pen
Handwriting with an input pen or a soft keyboard
Password must be entered by operating
It is necessary, but entry errors are likely to occur,
There is a problem of tying. To solve this problem,
Makes information processing devices recognize wirelessly the input information
Technology is considered. JP-A-2-235128
According to the technology disclosed in
Send a pulse to identify the position of the input pen and confirm the input.
Understand. However, these technologies require user operation.
Is necessary and automatically identifies the user and recognizes the input.
I can't do that. Further, a plurality of users share an information processing apparatus.
Information confidentiality in environments where
Only certain users from among those who share
There is a need for a means of communicating information or messages to the public. [0005] In addition, a user writes a character with an input pen.
Recognition of handwritten characters of the user specified in advance.
In addition, a specific new word dictionary is provided separately from the fixed dictionary, and
Register specific character recognition information corresponding to the specified handwritten characters
A method for improving the character recognition rate by recording
It is disclosed in JP-A-5-282482. Unspecified majority
Japanese Patent Application Laid-Open No. 9-2
Scanner as disclosed in US Pat. No. 23196
To the same writer from character image data obtained by
Therefore, the written area can be extracted,
As disclosed in Japanese Patent Publication No. 117, a large number of people
By taking as an example the series of character data described above,
Although the character recognition rate of individual habit characters has been improved,
There is no. SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION An object of the present invention is to provide an automatic
In addition to being able to perform data communication without contact,
Information processing system with improved recognition rate of handwritten characters, it
By providing an information processing device and an input pen used for
is there. [0007] The present invention provides an information processing apparatus.
And an input pen for inputting to the information processing device.
In the physical system, the input pen stores information
A voltage is generated by the storage means and the received radio wave,
This allows the information stored in the storage means to be transmitted.
The information processing apparatus having a built-in wireless tag having communication means;
Transmits radio waves to the wireless tag to read information wirelessly
Information processing system having communication means
It is. According to the present invention, an input pen stores information.
Generates voltage by receiving means and received radio waves
Transmitting the information stored in the storage means.
A wireless tag having communication means for
A communication hand that transmits radio waves to wireless tags and reads information wirelessly
The need for built-in batteries in the input pen
The pen shape can be reduced,
Data communication can be performed without contact with the device.
No loss occurs and no time is lost. Further, in the present invention, the input pen may include a plurality of pens.
Wireless users hold each of them individually, and
The column stores identification information for identifying the pen user,
The information processing device uses the identification information read from the wireless tag to
It is characterized by recognizing a pen user based on the information. According to the invention, the information processing apparatus is a wireless tag.
Recognizes the pen user based on the identification information read from the
Passwords and biometrics
Application is automatically executed without any personal authentication operation.
Start up the password and release the password.
Prepare the processing contents to be performed by the user in advance and
It is possible to save trouble when operating the device. Also registered
If the input pen does not work, the pen
Because there is no information processing device, the information processing device can be protected. The present invention also provides a communication device for the information processing apparatus.
If the input pen is within the communication range,
It is characterized by reading information from a wireless tag. According to the present invention, the communication means of the information processing apparatus is provided.
Automatically from the wireless tag of the input pen within the communication range
To read the information, so that the pen user can read the information
There is no need to perform any work, saving labor when operating the information processing device.
Can be [0013] The present invention also provides the information processing apparatus, wherein:
To transmit any message corresponding to the selected pen user
It is characterized by the following. According to the present invention, the information processing device recognizes
To transmit any message corresponding to the pen user
Provides confidentiality only to specific pen users
And secure message transmission
You. Further, according to the present invention, the information processing apparatus is characterized in that
Recognize a character handwritten by the input pen in the processing device
It has handwritten character recognition means, and the storage means of the wireless tag
Stores the individual handwriting pattern information of the pen user,
The handwritten character recognizing means is configured to read the text read from the wireless tag.
Character recognition based on personal handwriting patterns
It is characterized by performing. According to the present invention, there is no handwritten character recognition means.
Individual handwriting patterns of pen users read from line tags
By performing character recognition based on
Can be improved. Further, the present invention provides the information processing apparatus,
New handwriting patterns from characters handwritten with the input pen
When recognizing, it is important to update personal handwriting patterns.
Sign. According to the present invention, the information processing apparatus has an input pen.
Recognizes new handwriting patterns from characters handwritten with
Sometimes, by updating personalized handwriting patterns,
The character recognition rate can be further improved. Further, the present invention provides a wireless tag storing means
Indicates that the pen operation permission flag indicating the pen user's operation permission
Stored and read from the wireless tag
The pen user's operation based on the
It is characterized by restriction. According to the invention, the information processing device is a wireless tag.
Use pen based on pen operation availability flag read from
Management of administrators by restricting operations of administrators
It is not possible for users other than the user to operate or to register normal tasks in advance.
To prevent unauthorized operations such as operating with an input pen other than
The user can be selected according to the task contents. Further, according to the present invention, the information processing apparatus is preferably a wireless communication apparatus.
A pen that stores the pen operation permission flag read from the tag
It has operation enable / disable flag storage means, and operates the pen user.
An input pen and an information processing device when the operation is changed
Updating the pen operation enable / disable flag stored in both
It is characterized by. According to the invention, the information processing apparatus uses a pen.
Input pen and
The pen operation permission flag stored in both information processing devices
Pen operation stored in the wireless tag by updating
Enable / disable flag and pen operation enabled stored in the information processing device
The reject flag can be made to match. The present invention also provides a plurality of the information processing devices.
And a pen user connected to the plurality of information processing devices.
A server for storing setting information for each
When the device recognizes the pen user, the device sets the pen user.
It is characterized in that constant information is called from a server. According to the invention, the information processing device recognizes
Call the pen user's setting information from the server to set up the environment.
The pen user is connected to the server
Work in the same environment using any information processing device
Need to own a specific information processing device
The information processing device that is not being used
It can be used as a user-specific information processing device.
Therefore, the number of installed information processing devices can be reduced.
In addition, capital investment and costs can be reduced. According to the present invention, when a pen user is specified,
Pen usage recognized by each information processing device connected to the server
The pen specified near which information processing device based on the user
Have a pen user search means to indicate if there is a user.
And features. According to the present invention, the pen user searching means comprises:
Pen usage recognized by each information processing device connected to the server
The pen specified near which information processing device based on the user
Indicate whether there are users, so that
To know where each pen user is.
Personnel can be allocated appropriately,
The rate can be improved. In addition, a pen
If you need to contact the user in a hurry, you do not need to search
Can be contacted quickly. According to the present invention, the wireless tag storage means
Is characterized in that the vertical relationship of the pen user is stored.
You. According to the present invention, the storage means of the wireless tag is
By remembering the user's hierarchical relationship,
File or data created with the upper or lower input pen.
Input data such as a signature with the upper input pen.
To lock files and data, and
Editing, modification and copying of files and data
Files and data by setting so that
Data credibility and confidentiality, and electronic approval
Becomes possible. [0029] The present invention is also applicable to the information processing system.
It is an input pen that can be used. The present invention also relates to the information processing method,
This is an information processing device used in the system. According to the invention, the input pen stores information.
Generates voltage by receiving means and received radio waves
Transmitting the information stored in the storage means.
A wireless tag having communication means for
A communication hand that transmits radio waves to wireless tags and reads information wirelessly
With a step, the pen battery is
Small size and non-contact data communication
An input pen and an information processing device can be provided. FIG. 1 shows an embodiment of the present invention.
FIG. 1 is a block diagram showing a configuration of an information processing system 8 according to the first embodiment.
You. FIG. 2 shows the configuration of the information processing system 8 shown in FIG.
FIG. This information processing system 8 uses a pen
Input pens 1, 101, 1 individually owned by the user
02, 103 and an information processing device operated by a pen user
2, 201, 202, 203 and the information processing devices 2, 2
LAN (Local Area Network) for 01, 202, 203
Using the server 3 connected via the communication line 4 such as
You. In FIG. 1, the input pens 101, 10 shown in FIG.
2, 103 and information processing devices 201, 202, 203
Is omitted. The input pen 1 is provided with an RFI called a wireless tag.
The D device 10 is built in. This RFID device 10 has an internal
The information specific to the input pen is stored in the
To generate a voltage, thereby transmitting the stored information.
Or update information. Enter this RFID device 10
Built-in pen 1 eliminates the need for a built-in battery
Therefore, the pen shape can be made smaller and non-contact data communication is performed.
be able to. Input pens 101, 102 and 103
The configuration is exactly the same. The information processing device 2 includes an input pen 1 and an RFID
A wireless antenna 20 for wireless data communication and no RFID
A wireless communication control unit 21 for controlling line data communication;
With a touch panel that processes information entered by the user
Display unit 22 and all components in the information processing apparatus.
Central processing unit (CPU) 23 for controlling
Pen information, which is information obtained from the force pen 1
A configuration including a main storage unit 24 for storing data and an auxiliary storage unit 25
Is done. The auxiliary storage unit 25 is stored in the main storage unit 24
The information other than the pen information in the information,
OS (Operating System) for making
Remember applications and their parameters
When the information processing device 2 is activated, the auxiliary storage unit 25
Necessary information and applications are read from the main storage
Be included. The information processing device 2 receives no information from the RFID device 10.
Having a wireless antenna 20 for reading information with a line
Thus, data communication can be performed without contact. Information office
Exactly the same for the processing devices 201, 202 and 203
It is a structure of. The information processing device 2 is a specific pen user
Not occupied by multiple users
Be shared. The server 3 includes setting information of each pen user.
And a storage unit 30 for storing personal information of the user. In this information processing system 8, the information processing
The device 2 gives a wireless command and the RFID wireless data communication range.
The input pen stored in the RFID device 10
To obtain and process pen information,
To the server 3 through. Server 3 receives the information
Is processed, and the setting of the pen user stored in the storage unit 30 is performed.
The fixed information is downloaded to the information processing device 2. FIG. 3 shows a main part of the information processing apparatus 2 shown in FIG.
FIG. 3 is a diagram illustrating details of a storage area of a storage unit 24. Main memory
24 is an RFID wireless communication mode 240, a character recognition engine.
Gin 241, character recognition dictionary storage area 242, habit character recognition
Dictionary storage area 243, Kana-Kanji conversion dictionary storage area 24
4. Pen user management table 245 and input pen
1st pen information format that stores the pen information obtained from
Storage area 246, second pen information storage area 247, third pen
Information storage area 248: Nth pen information storage area 249, etc.
Storage area. The RFID wireless communication mode 240, characters
Recognition engine 241, character recognition dictionary storage area 242, habit
Character recognition dictionary storage area 243, Kana-Kanji conversion dictionary storage area
Stored in the area 244 and the pen user management table 245.
The pen information is operated by the pen user with the input pen 1.
Information that is referred to and executed when the
Is read from the auxiliary storage unit 25 when is activated. Previous
A pen user's handwriting is stored in the habit character recognition dictionary storage area 243.
Habit character recognition corresponding to each pen user who memorizes the habit of the character
A knowledge dictionary is stored. The pen user management table
245, the use of the information processing device 2 is permitted in advance,
IDs of all pen users sharing the information processing device 2
Has been delivered. All pens that share the information processing device 2
By registering the user ID, the pen user can be identified
It can be recognized separately. The first pen information storage area 246 stores an input
An area for storing information first obtained from the pen 1;
Pen ID information storage area 2461, habit character recognition information storage area
Area 2462 and pen operation availability flag storage area 2463
Including. Pen ID information is the pen that uses each input pen
Pen user identification information for identifying the user.
It is indicated by the pen user ID. Habit character recognition information for each pen
Individual handwriting patterns for recognizing user's handwriting habits
It is turn information, and the habit character recognition dictionary storage area 243
It is indicated by the address inside. The pen operation flag is set for each pen.
Represents the level of operation allowed for the user. Input pen 1
In the case of one pen, the information obtained from the input pen 1 is the first pen information.
The information is stored in the information storage area 246. Multiple input pens 1
The information obtained from the second input pen 1 is the second
From the third input pen 1 in the pen information storage area 247,
The obtained information is stored in the third pen information storage area 248.
And the storage area is the Nth pen information format.
A storage area 249 is secured. FIG. 4A is an exploded perspective view of the input pen 1.
FIG. 4B is a sectional view of the input pen 1. input
The pen 1 includes a pen body 11, a pen tip 12, and a pen cap.
And an RFID device therein.
The device 10 is stored. Remove the pen cap 13
And replace the RFID device 10 or the pen body 11
It is a structure that can be done. The pen body 11 is connected to the RFID device 10.
It is molded with a resin that transmits radio waves transmitted and received. FIG. 5 shows the RFID shown in FIG. 1 and FIG.
FIG. 1 is a configuration diagram illustrating a schematic configuration of an apparatus 10. RFID device
Reference numeral 10 denotes a mounted RFID chip 15 and a wireless pattern.
Antenna 16 in a pattern on the RFID substrate 14.
It is a lined structure. The RFID chip 15 has no internal
It has volatile memory to control and control RFID wireless data communication.
For reading / writing to and nonvolatile memory
Function to execute commands from wireless data communication
Having. In addition, the RFID chip 15
The voltage generated by the radio wave received from the antenna 16
It does not need to be driven by a battery. Wireless pattern
The antenna 16 transmits and receives information wirelessly. [0041] The non-volatile memory includes the information processing device.
2, pen ID information, habit character recognition information, and the like.
ID, which is an area for storing the pen operation enable / disable flag
Information storage area, habit character recognition information storage area, and pen operation
It has an availability flag storage area. Input pen 1 is an information processing device
If it is within the RFID wireless data communication range of device 2,
The processing device 2 converts the command to the command by the RFID wireless data communication.
Read / write to these storage areas automatically according to
Can only do it. FIG. 6 shows an example of the information processing apparatus 2 shown in FIG.
Example resistive film type with RFID wireless data communication function
It is a front view of the information processing apparatus with a touch panel. In FIG.
The information processing device 2 has a display unit 22 with a touch panel on the entire surface.
Is provided, and the wireless antenna 20 is attached to the corner,
Line communication control unit 21, touch panel control unit, CPU 23,
Main storage unit 24, auxiliary storage unit 25, display control unit, power supply unit
Device, batteries and I / O (input / output) devices
You. The information processing device 2 includes a display unit 22 with a touch panel.
Display the soft keyboard or menu and touch
Touch and input, or on the touch panel display unit 22
A character is handwritten and input with the input pen 1. Also touch
It is also possible to input by touching the display unit with panel 22 with a finger.
it can. The information processing apparatus 2 has a wireless antenna shown in FIG.
Limited to a structure that exposes and mounts the corner 20 at the corner of the device body
Instead, as shown in FIG.
And may be configured as shown in FIG.
The wireless antenna 20 and the wireless communication control unit 21 are integrated.
Insert the RFID wireless communication card into the main unit.
May be configured. FIG. 9 shows the RFID of one information processing device 2.
Only one input pen 1 exists within the wireless data communication range
In the information processing system 8 in the “pen only mode”
6 is a flowchart for explaining the operation. When the information processing apparatus 2 is started, the pen user
When the user tries to enter the information processing device 2 with the input pen 1,
1 is brought into contact with the display unit 22 with a touch panel.
When the pen is down, the information processing device 2
Pen-down is detected by the display unit 22 with the
The radio wave is transmitted to the RFID device 10 from the
Starts RFID wireless data communication for reading
1), the CPU 23 determines whether or not the pen information can be obtained
(S2). If we determine that we could not get it,
The CPU 23 prohibits the subsequent operation (s7). In addition,
If you touch the touch panel with your finger,
Wireless data communication is started, and at this time, the information processing device 2
Input pen 1 exists within the RFID wireless data communication range
If there is, the operation can be performed in the same manner as when inputting with the input pen. In step s2, it is determined that the pen information has been obtained.
If rejected, pen information obtained by CPU 23
Pen ID information in the first pen information storage area 246 of the storage unit 24
Storage area 2461, habit character recognition information storage area 2462,
And stored in the pen operation flag storage area 2463 (s
3). Pen ID information stored in CPU 23 and main storage unit
24, a pen user management table 245 stored in
Are compared with each other (s4), and the pen usage indicated in the pen ID information is used.
The user ID is the same as the ID in the pen user management table 245.
It is determined whether or not they match (s5). Judge not to match
If the error is detected, the CPU 23 processes the error and performs the subsequent operations.
Operation is prohibited (s7). When it is determined in step s5 that they match.
In the information processing apparatus 2, the CPU 23 recognizes the pen user.
(S6). The recognition result is transmitted to the server 3,
The server 3 receives the recognition result through the communication line 4 and
The pen user is recognized and the pen stored in the storage unit 30 is stored.
Personal data such as user setting information and files used
Data to the information processing device 2,
At 2, the use environment is set based on the setting information. Here, a certain pen user uses a specific pen.
A message or message that you want to convey
Pen 3 that has been registered in
If the user is the designated specific pen user,
The application runs automatically and the registered specified file is
The file opens and tells you the written message. This
Thus, the information processing device 2 responds to the recognized pen user.
To convey any message. Specified by this
Confidentiality only for specific pen users
Can communicate the message. As described above, the input pen 1 and the information
Various types of wireless data transmission and reception between the processing devices 2 and related
A series of operations are performed. In step s1, the information processing apparatus 2
Touch down after detecting pen down and obtaining pen information
Pen-up with input pen 1 away from touch panel
If pen-down is detected after the specified time elapses after
If so, the pen information is acquired again. At step s1, a display unit with a touch panel
Radio wave is transmitted by detecting pen down from
The RFID wireless data communication has been started,
Pressing a predetermined switch or pressing the power switch
Therefore, even if the RFID wireless data communication is started,
The radio wave is transmitted from the information processing device 2 periodically to perform communication.
Automatic reading to automatically read pen information from input pen 1 within range
It may be set to the take mode. In such an automatic reading mode,
In this case, the wireless antenna 20 of the information processing device 2
Use the pen from the RFID device 10 of the input pen 1 within the range.
Since the information is read automatically without the user's awareness, the pen
The user performs a task of pen down or reading information
No need. That is, the information processing device 2 is an RFID device
10 to identify the pen user based on the identification information read from
And personal identification such as password entry and biometrics
Start applications automatically without performing certification operations
The password can be released. This embodiment
It is assumed that the information processing device 2 is turned on in advance.
However, the CPU 23 recognizes the pen user.
The power can also be turned on. More self
The server 3 preliminarily stores the setting information of the pen user recognized by the movement.
From the pen to be downloaded from
Prepare the contents in advance and save time and effort when operating the information processing device 2
You can also. FIG. 10 shows the RFI of one information processing device 2.
There are multiple input pens 1 etc. within the D wireless data communication range
Of the information processing system 8 in the “pen multiple mode”
FIG. 2 is a schematic diagram showing a configuration. Four around the information processing device 2
Shows the case where the input pens 1, 5, 6, and 7 exist.
The input pens 1, 5, and 6 are connected to the RFID
Input pen 7 is located inside the
Outside the RFID wireless data communication range 200 of the processing device 2
Exists. When the information processing apparatus 2 is started, the process shown in FIG.
Similarly to step s1, the wireless antenna 2 of the information processing device 2
Radio waves 110, 150, 160, 170 are transmitted from 0
You. The input pen 1 is the RFID wireless data of the information processing device 2
Since it is inside the communication range 200, the radio wave 110 is detected.
And send pen information in response. Information processing equipment
Station 2 receives radio wave 110 transmitted from input pen 1
Obtain pen information, recognize the pen user of input pen 1, and
First pen information storage area 24 in main storage unit 24 shown in FIG.
6 is stored. Similarly, input pens 5 and 6 receive radio waves 15
0 and 160 are respectively detected and the pen information is transmitted,
The information processing device 2 stores the transmitted pen information in the second pen information format.
Storage area 247 and the third pen information storage area 248
Store each. As described above, the information processing device 2
Recognize each pen user of the force pens 1, 5, and 6. On the other hand,
The force pen 7 is an RFID wireless data communication area of the information processing device 2.
Since it is outside the enclosure 200, the radio wave 170 cannot be detected,
No response is returned to the information processing device 2. Information processing equipment
2 indicates that a predetermined time has elapsed since the transmission of the radio wave 170.
If the input pen 7
The pen user is not recognized. Next, the "pen alone mode" shown in FIG.
In the same manner as in the case of
Download personal data of each pen user of 1,5,6
And can be operated from any of the input pens 1, 5, and 6.
Become. Next, the pen down of the input pens 1, 5 or 6 is detected.
When issued, the pen user's personal data of the input pen
The usage environment is set based on the setting environment. afterwards,
Pen down of another input pen 1, 5 or 6 is detected.
Is changed to the usage environment of the pen user of the input pen.
It is. This "pen multiple mode" is used for one information processing unit.
Multiple pen users can use different apps one after another
Application, or pending status during processing
This is effective when the operation is restarted from and the operation is continued. The above-described “pen alone mode” and “pen multiple mode”
RFID of the information processing device 2 such as "
The wireless communication mode is the RFID wireless communication mode of the main storage unit 24.
It can be switched by the mode 240. This RF
The ID wireless communication mode depends on the system configuration and the application to be executed.
Switch by application. Next, the pen user uses the application.
The operation at the time of use will be described. Recognition at step s6 in FIG.
Pen application trying to execute an application
In the information processing device 2, the CPU 23 uses the pen.
Preset to the application the user is trying to run
The level of the pen operation flag and the pen
Pen operation stored in the pen operation possibility flag storage area 2463.
Compare the level of the workability flag with the
It is determined whether or not operation is possible. If it is determined that the operation is possible, the application
Is activated and the pen user can continue operating.
Wear. If it is not determined that the operation is possible, the CPU 23
Informs the pen user of this as an error,
Prohibit operation. It should be noted that the operation availability for the pen user is changed.
The pen operation possibility of the main storage unit 24 of the information processing device 2 is determined.
Pen operation enable / disable flag stored in lag storage area 2463
If there is a change in your level, enter that information immediately
Send to RFID pen 1 by RFID wireless data communication and input pen
Pen operation permission flag stored in the first RFID device 10
To update. Thereby, the information stored in the RFID device 10 is stored.
Pen operation availability flag and information stored inside the information processing device 2.
Can be matched with the pen operation availability flag. Also, the input pen 1 in the RFID device 10
By memorizing the pen user's vertical relationship,
Or a file or data created with the lower input pen.
Input the signature etc. with the upper input pen and
Files and data can be locked. Information processing equipment
The position 2 determines the function restriction from the recognized vertical relationship of the input pen.
Function limit and execute the file with the lower input pen.
File, data entry, correction, deletion, change and copying, etc.
Make settings so that editing cannot be performed. This allows
The credibility and confidentiality of files and data.
And electronic approval becomes possible. Next, handwriting input using the input pen 1 is used.
How to use the application. Pen user
When a character is input by handwriting, the information processing device 2
Then, the character recognition engine 241 of the main storage unit 24
A character recognition dictionary stored in the recognition dictionary storage area 242;
Habit character recognition stored in the habit character recognition dictionary storage area 243
The character recognition is performed based on the dictionary, and the CPU 23 recognizes the character.
It is determined whether or not the knowledge has been normally obtained. Use for character recognition
The habit character recognition dictionary first stores the input pen 1 in the RFID device 10.
The address from the habit character recognition information obtained from
Therefore, it can be referred to. Habit character recognition in addition to character recognition dictionary
Refers to the knowledge dictionary, and based on the pen user's personal handwriting pattern.
The character recognition rate by performing character recognition based on
Can be done. When it is determined that character recognition has been normally performed
Is based on the output data from the character recognition engine 241
Is stored in the kana-kanji conversion dictionary storage area 244
Convert to Kana-Kanji with the Kana-Kanji conversion dictionary. On the other hand, it is determined that character recognition was not performed normally.
Rejected, that is, when a new handwriting pattern is recognized
Is a habit character stored in the habit character recognition dictionary storage area 243
Update the recognition dictionary or create a new habit character recognition dictionary
to add. At this time, the added habit character recognition dictionary is
To the input pen 1 at the same time
The data is transmitted by the FID wireless data communication and is transmitted in the RFID device 10.
Is updated. by this
The character recognition rate can be further improved. In this embodiment, the input pen 1 stores information.
Built-in RFID device 10 with nonvolatile memory
The information processing device 2 transmits information from the RFID device 10 wirelessly.
Having a wireless antenna 20 for reading out
The force pen 1 and the information processing device 2 perform non-contact data communication.
Compared to manually entering the password,
No entry errors occur and no time is lost. Also register
The pen user is not recognized by the input pen 1 that is not
Since it does not operate, the information processing device 2 can be protected.
You. Further, the server 3 transmits information via the communication line 4.
Since the server 3 is connected to the processing device 2, the server 3
A function of recognizing the input pen 1 through the device 2;
The pen user is constantly monitored. Therefore,
What information the pen user who gives the message
Even if the information processing device 2 is used, the server 3 recognizes the pen user.
Able to communicate and convey messages. These pen user setting information and files
Are stored in the server 3 as described above,
When the device 2 recognizes the pen user, the information processing device 2
Downloaded. That is, in the information processing device 2,
Only when the pen user uses it, set the pen user
Contains information and files. This allows the pen user
Which information processing device 2 is connected to the server 3
Can work in the same environment. Therefore
Users do not need to own a specific information processing device,
Immediately identify unused information processors by pen users
Information processing device.
It is possible to reduce the number of installed processing equipment,
And cost savings. The server 3 is a user of each pen.
Always monitors the setting information and work content of the
The file downloaded and updated to the server 2
The 3 side also updates periodically, and creates a new
The created or updated contents are uploaded to the server 3. The pen user always has the input pen 1
Use the information processing system 8 to use a pen
Search for the person. For example, an information processing device
When the pen user to be searched is designated from the server 2, the server 3
Is the reception of the wireless antenna 20 of each of the connected information processing devices 2.
To increase the communication sensitivity,
Or search. The server 3 is recognized by each information processing device 2
Information processing device that instructed a search based on the pen user
Which information processing device 2 is displayed on the display unit of the device 2 or the server 3.
Indicates whether there is a designated pen user nearby, or
Here is a list of where all the input pen holders are.
As a result, each pen user in the company or facility
So you can know where you are
Can be performed properly and can improve operational efficiency
It works. In addition, it is necessary to contact a pen user in a hurry
If there is, there is no need to search and contact
Can be. Note that the information processing system 8 of the present embodiment
Has a configuration including the server 3, but the server 3 is provided.
No configuration is possible. In that case, the settings of each pen user
Personal information such as information and files used is
In the auxiliary storage unit 25 of the processing device 2. As described above, according to the present invention, the information processing
Information processing system including device and input pen for inputting to device
In the system, the input pen stores information,
And the received radio waves generate voltage, which
Having communication means for transmitting the information stored in the storage means
Built-in wireless tag, and the information processing device sends radio waves to the wireless tag.
Having communication means to transmit and read information wirelessly
Therefore, the input pen and the information processing device are
Input that can perform data communication and is within the communicable range.
Information is automatically read from the pen's wireless tag and the pen user
Saves time when operating the information processing device
Can be. Further, according to the present invention, handwritten character recognition means
Personalized handwriting patterns of pen users read from wireless tags
Character recognition based on the
Rate can be improved and new handwriting patterns can be recognized
Update the personalized handwriting pattern
Thus, the character recognition rate can be further improved.

BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE DRAWINGS FIG. 1 is a block diagram showing a configuration of an information processing system 8 according to an embodiment of the present invention. FIG. 2 is an overview diagram showing a configuration of an information processing system 8 shown in FIG. 3 is a diagram showing details of a storage area of a main storage unit 24 of the information processing apparatus 2 shown in FIG. FIG. 4 is a configuration diagram illustrating a schematic configuration of an input pen 1 illustrated in FIG. 1; FIG. 5 is a configuration diagram showing a schematic configuration of the RFID device 10 shown in FIGS. 1 and 4; FIG. 6 is an example of the information processing apparatus 2 shown in FIG.
1 is a front view of an information processing device with a resistive touch panel having an ID wireless data communication function. FIG. 7 is a perspective view of another example of the information processing apparatus 2 shown in FIG. 8 is a perspective view of another example of the information processing device 2 shown in FIG. FIG. 9 is a flowchart illustrating an operation in the information processing system 8 in the “pen alone mode” in which only one input pen 1 exists within the RFID wireless data communication range of one information processing device 2; FIG. 10 is a schematic diagram illustrating a configuration of the information processing system 8 in a “pen multiple mode” in which a plurality of input pens 1 and the like exist within an RFID wireless data communication range of one information processing apparatus 2; [Description of Signs] 1, 5, 6, 7, 101, 102, 103 Input pen 2, 201, 202, 203 Information processing device 3 Server 4 Communication line 8 Information processing system 10 RFID device 11 Pen body 12 Pen tip 13 Pen Cap 14 RFID board 15 RFID chip 16 Wireless pattern antenna 20 Wireless antenna 21 Wireless communication control unit 22 Display unit with touch panel 23 Central processing unit (CPU) 24 Main storage unit 25 Auxiliary storage unit 30 Storage units 110, 150, 160, 170 200 RFID wireless data communication range

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  1. Claims: 1. An information processing system comprising an information processing device and an input pen for inputting to the information processing device, wherein the input pen has a storage unit for storing information, and a voltage generated by a received radio wave. And a built-in wireless tag having communication means for transmitting information stored in the storage means, and the information processing apparatus has communication means for transmitting radio waves to the wireless tag and reading information wirelessly An information processing system, comprising: 2. The input pen is individually owned by a plurality of pen users, and identification information for identifying the pen user is stored in a storage unit of the wireless tag. 2. The information processing system according to claim 1, wherein a pen user is recognized based on the identification information read from the information processing apparatus. 3. The information processing system according to claim 1, wherein the communication unit of the information processing apparatus automatically reads information from the wireless tag when the input pen is in a communicable range. 4. The information processing system according to claim 2, wherein the information processing device transmits an arbitrary message corresponding to the recognized pen user. 5. The information processing apparatus has a handwritten character recognizing means for recognizing a character handwritten with the input pen in the information processing apparatus, and a personal handwriting of a pen user is stored in the storage means of the wireless tag. 2. The information processing system according to claim 1, wherein pattern information is stored, and wherein the handwritten character recognition means performs character recognition based on an individual handwriting pattern of a pen user read from a wireless tag. 6. The information processing system according to claim 5, wherein the information processing apparatus updates an individual handwriting pattern when recognizing a new handwriting pattern from a character handwritten with the input pen. 7. A pen operation enable / disable flag indicating whether or not a pen user can perform an operation is stored in the storage unit of the wireless tag, and the information processing apparatus performs a pen operation enable / disable flag read from the wireless tag based on the pen operation enable / disable flag. 2. The information processing system according to claim 1, wherein a user operation is restricted. 8. The information processing apparatus includes a pen operation permission flag storage unit that stores a pen operation permission flag read from a wireless tag, and when the operation permission / prohibition for a pen user is changed, an input pen and information processing are performed. 8. The information processing system according to claim 7, wherein the pen operation availability flag stored in both the devices is updated. 9. A server comprising a plurality of the information processing devices, a server connected to each of the plurality of information processing devices and storing setting information for each pen user, wherein the information processing device recognizes a pen user 3. The information processing system according to claim 2, wherein the setting information of the pen user is called from a server. 10. When a pen user is specified, a pen usage indicating which information processing apparatus the designated pen user is near is based on the pen user recognized by each information processing apparatus connected to the server. 10. The information processing system according to claim 9, further comprising a person searching means. 11. The wireless tag storage means stores a pen user's vertical relationship.
    The information processing system as described. 12. An input pen used in the information processing system according to claim 1. 13. An information processing apparatus used in the information processing system according to claim 1.
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