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JP5050912B2
JP5050912B2 JP2008040738A JP2008040738A JP5050912B2 JP 5050912 B2 JP5050912 B2 JP 5050912B2 JP 2008040738 A JP2008040738 A JP 2008040738A JP 2008040738 A JP2008040738 A JP 2008040738A JP 5050912 B2 JP5050912 B2 JP 5050912B2
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  The present invention relates to a vehicle-mounted device and a control method for transmitting and receiving a preference data table and user user preference information for the same by road-to-vehicle communication such as DSRC (Dedicated Short Range Communication).

  Patent Literature 1 discloses a road-vehicle communication system using DSRC (FIG. 1 of Patent Literature 1). In the road-to-vehicle communication system, the vehicle-mounted device that has entered the communication area of the roadside device receives advertisement information from the roadside device by radio waves and displays it on the display of the navigation unit (see Patent Document 1). Paragraph 0024). In the vehicle-mounted device, destination setting, HP connection, and dialing are automatically performed based on position information, URL, and telephone number included in the advertisement information (S12 in FIG. 4 of Patent Document 1). S14, S16).

  In Patent Document 2, the in-vehicle information terminal device receives the advertisement information from the information center and the area information and time zone information associated with the advertisement information by radio waves (FIG. 1 of Patent Document 2), and the advertisement information (patent It is disclosed to display FIG. 4 of Document 2 in the region related to the region information and the time zone related to the time zone information (S14 to S16 in FIG. 5 of Patent Document 2).

Patent Document 3 discloses an advertisement distribution system using DSRC (FIG. 1 of Patent Document 3). In the advertisement distribution system, preference information is notified from the vehicle-mounted device to the roadside device (paragraph 0017 of Patent Document 3), the roadside device transmits the advertisement information selected based on the preference information to the vehicle-mounted device, and the vehicle-mounted device transmits this information. Reproduction is performed (paragraphs 0028 and 0029 of Patent Document 3).
JP 2001-101578 A JP 2004-279509 A JP 2005-134707 A

  The data transmission format between the road and the vehicle is basically distributed by a push type information distribution method by individual communication in the 5.8 GHz band DSRC communication, and the preference data table is included in the downlink information and the uplink information is also included in the uplink information. Includes user preference information as a result of the user's answer to the preference data table. The roadside device selects appropriate advertisement information for each user based on the user preference information, and transmits this to the vehicle-mounted device.

  A user of the vehicle-mounted device may register as a member in a content distribution service of a plurality of service providers. In this case, the preference data table is different for each service provider. Moreover, even if it is the same service provider, a preference data table may be revised.

  In the preference data table, there are a total of 96 items for the user to input the presence / absence of his / her preference, and the user has his / her preference for many items in the new preference data table or revised (version change) preference data table. It takes time and effort to enter the password. Therefore, in order to improve the efficiency of user input, the roadside device attaches appropriate default values for each item in the preference data table and sends them to the OBE, so that the user of the OBE does not need to input these items. It is desirable to keep it.

  Patent Documents 1 to 3 do not suggest any technique for improving the effort of user input for a new preference data table or a revised preference data table.

  An object of the present invention is to provide an in-vehicle device, a control method, and a program that can give an appropriate item value that saves user input to a new preference data table or a revised preference data table.

  According to the present invention, for a predetermined item in a revised or new item, an item value is given for an item related to the predetermined item. Specifically, the item hierarchy relationship including the predetermined item in the old version or another preference data table, the user preference information about the item in the old version or another preference data table whose identifier matches the identifier of the predetermined item, An item value is assigned to the predetermined item based on the relevance of the word or the matching between the word and the text of the predetermined item in a keyword dictionary associated with a keyword registered in advance as to whether the user has preference or not.

The on-vehicle device of the present invention transmits, to the roadside device, whether or not the user has preference for each item of the preference data table as user preference information with respect to the preference data table received from the roadside device in the wireless communication area of the roadside device. A revised preference data table with respect to an old version of the preference data table or a new preference data table received for the first time as a preference data table that has been received in the past, or a new or new item with respect to an item in the old version of the preference data table. A new or revised version based on another preference data table as a preference data table other than the old preference data table in the previous preference data table or the previously received preference data table. With item value to give item value for a given item of items The item value assigning means is a hierarchical relationship between items in the old version or another preference data table based on the display nesting and display text of each item in the old version preference data table or another preference data table. In addition to extracting the old or different item hierarchy relationship, the revised preference data table or the new preference data based on the display nesting and display text of each item in the revised preference data table or the new preference data table for the revised or new item The revision or new item hierarchy relationship is extracted as a hierarchy relationship between items in the table, and the revised or new item hierarchy relationship is compared with the old or another item hierarchy relationship, and the items in the upper hierarchy are displayed. If the text for the business represents the name of a company in the same industry and the display text for the items in the lower hierarchy is the same The items of the lower hierarchy in serial revised or new items hierarchical relationship and said predetermined fields, field values for the predetermined item is the item value of the item of the next lower layer in the former, or another item hierarchical relationship.
Another vehicle-mounted device according to the present invention is configured such that, with respect to the preference data table received from the roadside device in the wireless communication area of the roadside device, the presence or absence of a user's preference for each item of the preference data table is used as user preference information. The revised preference data table for the old version preference data table as the previously received preference data table or the new preference data table received for the first time this time is revised or new for the items in the old version preference data table. Based on another preference data table as a preference data table other than the old version preference data table in the previous version preference data table or the previously received preference data table, or Item to which the item value is assigned for the predetermined item in the new item Providing means, the item value giving means, for the same text items in which the display text in the old version or another preference data table and the display text in the revised preference data table or the new preference data table are the same, In the old version or another preference data table, if there is no lower-level item than the same text item, and the revised preference data table or the new preference data table has lower-level items than the same text item, the revised preference data The item value for the lower hierarchy item in the table or the new preference data table is set to a value related to the user preference information for the same item in the old version or another preference data table.
Still another vehicle-mounted device according to the present invention is configured such that, with respect to the preference data table received from the roadside device in the wireless communication area of the roadside device, the presence or absence of a user preference for each item of the preference data table is used as the user preference information. Revisions to the items in the old version of the preference data table or the revised preference data table for the old version of the preference data table as the previously received preference data table or the new preference data table received for the first time this time Revised based on another preference data table as a preference data table other than the old preference data table among item search means for searching for new items, and old preference data table or previously received preference data table Or give item value for a given item in a new item An item value assigning means, wherein the item value assigning means is for text-identical items in which the display text in the old version or another preference data table and the display text in the revised preference data table or the new preference data table are the same. On the other hand, in the old version or another preference data table, there are a plurality of items below the same text item, and items with and without preference are mixed. In the revised preference data table or the new preference data table, the same text item When there is no preference-free item in the upper or lower hierarchy, the item value of the same text item in the revised preference data table or the new preference data table is set as preferred.

The on-vehicle device control method according to the present invention provides the preference data table received from the roadside device in the wireless communication area of the roadside device, with the user preference information indicating whether or not each item in the preference data table is the user preference information. In-vehicle device control method to be transmitted to the machine, the items of the old version preference data table for the new preference data table received for the first time or the revised preference data table for the old version preference data table as the taste data table received in the past An item search step for searching for a revised or new item, and an old version of the preference data table or another preference data table as a preference data table other than the old version of the preference data table in the past. Based on revised or new items based on An item value assigning step for assigning an eye value, wherein in the item value assigning step, the old version or another preference data based on the display nesting and display text of each item in the old version preference data table or another preference data table Extracting old or different item hierarchical relationships as hierarchical relationships between items in the table, and based on the display nesting and display text of each item in the revised or new preference data table for revised or new items Extracting a revised or new item hierarchy relationship as a hierarchical relationship between items in a revised preference data table or a new preference data table, and comparing the revised or new item hierarchy relationship with the old or another item hierarchy relationship , The display text between the items on the upper level indicates the trader name of the same industry, and the items on the lower level are the same. If the display texts are the same, the item in the lower hierarchy in the revised or new item hierarchy relationship is the predetermined item, and the item value for the predetermined item is the lower item in the old or another item hierarchy relationship Set the item value for the item in the hierarchy.

  The program of this invention makes a computer function as each means of the onboard equipment of this invention mentioned above.

  According to the present invention, in the preference data check, even if the preference data is revised or new preference data or the preference data is different between service providers, if the preference of the user is similar, the selection can be made automatically. Save time and effort.

  FIG. 1 is a schematic diagram of a road-to-vehicle DSRC system 10 based on town car life navigation multi-content data. The roadside machine 11 constitutes a roadside device 15 together with the server 12, and is connected to the server 12 by wire or wirelessly. Further, the server 12 can exchange data with another server via a network such as the Internet. The roadside machine 11 transmits / receives data to / from the ITS vehicle-mounted device 17 mounted on the automobile 13 existing in an area having a length of several m to 30 m using radio waves of 5.8 GHz band. The roadside machine 11 and the server 12 constitute a roadside apparatus 15. The ITS vehicle-mounted device 17 includes a DSRC unit 18 and a navigation unit 19.

  FIG. 2 is an explanatory diagram of a data transmission mode. In the downlink, data is classified according to its type, and ID codes “00”, “01”, “02”,. In multi-content format data transmission, data is grouped in units of information groups, and each information group has classification data with ID = “00” at the head. The classification data of ID = “00” is configuration information indicating what kind of ID is included in the information group.

  FIG. 3 is a classification table assigned to each ID used in the downlink. ID = 00 is a classification of configuration ID information (an area describing an ID constituting data). ID = 01 is the classification of the service provider, service service code (service code that can identify the service service provider), service service display text (service business name (service name) text information for navigation display), and A service provider phonetic character string (service company name (service name) phonetic character string information for navigation utterance) is included.

  ID = 02 is a content classification, and is a company code (a code that can identify the information provider of the content), a company display text (information providing company name text information for navigation display), a company phonetic character string (for navigation utterances) Information providing company name phonetic character string information), information code (information code that can identify the content), information display text (content content text information for navigation display), information phonetic character string (content content phonetic character string information for navigation utterances) ) And preference data categories (category codes indicating information categories to which the information corresponds).

  Similar to ID = 02, ID = 03 is a content classification, an immediate playback / accumulation code (a code representing a content playback operation after reception), and a playback condition code (content playback conditions in the information provision area) Is included).

  ID = 04 is a classification of the expiration date, and includes a start year / month / day / hour / minute / second (content expiration date) and an end year / month / day / hour / minute / second (content expiration date). ID = 05 is a classification of provision time, and includes business hours (content provider business hours) and information provision time (content provision time).

  ID = 10 is the classification of the target point, the target point coordinates (latitude and longitude information of the point where the service can be provided), the target point display text (service name (store name, etc.)), partner parking information (target Partner parking lot information other than location), icon display image data (icon data representing a place where service can be provided), display character data (text information for service description), display image data (still image information representing service) , Phonetic character string data (phonetic character string information indicating service), compressed voice data (compressed voice data information), voice playback order (representing the playback order of phonetic string and compressed voice), video data (video data) Information) and URL (URL information representing a service).

  ID = 20 is a classification of information provision points. For a total of five information provision points, information provision center coordinates (latitude and longitude information for reproducing pop-up information) and information provision areas (areas for reproducing pop-up information) are provided. Radius information from central coordinates to be defined), information provision direction code (information provision direction information for reproducing pop-up information), information provision road type (road type information for reproducing pop-up information), display image data (still image for pop-up reproduction) Data), phonetic character string data (phonetic character string information for pop-up playback), compressed voice data for compressed voice data for pop-up playback, and voice playback order (a code representing the playback order of voice data for pop-up playback). included.

  ID = 30 is a classification of transition information and includes a total of eight next reproduction information codes (screen transition information). ID = 40 is a classification of detailed information, and for each of the total 8 pieces of detailed information, display character data (navigation display detailed information text information) and utterance phonetic character string (navigation utterance detailed information) Phonetic character string information).

  ID = 50 is a classification of parking lot information. For a total of 127 pieces of parking information, parking lot ID (ID that can identify the parking lot), detailed information (dynamic detailed information on parking lot), and special notes ( Special item of parking lot), and special item phonetic character string (special item phonetic character string for navigation utterance). ID = 60 is a classification of driving assistance, driving assistance image data (driving assistance image information), driving assistance phonetic character string (data driving assistance phonetic character string information), driving assistance compressed voice (data driving assistance compressed voice) Information) and voice playback order (representing the playback order of the phonetic character string and the compressed voice).

  ID = 80 is a classification of preference data, and a preference data version (preference data table version information), preference data table (preference data table display text information) for a total of 127 preference data tables. , Phonetic character strings (speech phonetic character string information in the preference data table), and detailed information (detailed information in the preference data table).

  FIG. 4 shows communication and processing between the devices performed in the transaction between the roadside device 15 and the ITS vehicle-mounted device 17. The roadside machine 11 and the server 12 constitute a roadside apparatus 15. The ITS vehicle-mounted device 17 includes a DSRC unit 18 and a navigation unit 19. Explain in chronological order. Communication between the roadside device 11 and the DSRC unit 18 is performed by DSRC radio waves, and communication between the roadside device 11 and the server 12 and between the DSRC unit 18 and the navigation unit 19 is normally performed wirelessly or by wire.

  As the ITS vehicle-mounted device 17 is turned on, client information data is written from the navigation unit 19 to the DSRC unit 18 in S10. In S11, the DSRC connection is established between the roadside device 11 and the DSRC unit 18 as the automobile 13 equipped with the ITS on-vehicle device 17 enters the radio wave arrival area at a distance (eg, about 30 m) where communication with the roadside device 11 is possible. Processing is performed.

  When the DSRC connection process in S11 is completed, a DSRC connection notification is made in S12 and S13. The connection notification in S12 is from the roadside device 11 to the server 12, and the connection notification in S13 is from the DSRC unit 18 to the navigation unit 19. In S <b> 14, client information is notified from the DSRC unit 18 to the server 12 via the roadside device 11.

  The server 12 reads the uniquely numbered onboard unit ID of the DSRC unit 18 to determine whether the user of the ITS onboard unit 17 is a member or a non-member, and based on client information notified from the DSRC unit 18 after communication is established. Then, the hardware information of the ITS in-vehicle device 17 for properly reproducing the content by the ITS on-vehicle device 17 is acquired. In S <b> 18, content such as a Welcom screen is transmitted from the server 12 to the navigation unit 19 via the roadside device 11 and the DSRC unit 18. The content is organized in a multi-content format. The navigation unit 19 determines a service provider from the multi-content format.

  After S18, the server 12 periodically polls the DSRC unit 18 in S19 until the navigation unit 19 writes the uplink information in the DSRC unit 18. In S20, the navigation unit 19 writes the uplink information to the DSRC unit 18 when the user of the ITS vehicle-mounted device 17 is determined to be a member of the service provider, but does nothing if it is not a member.

  In S <b> 24, the server 12 sends default content (e.g., public service information) to the navigation unit 19 via the roadside device 11 and the DSRC unit 18. In S <b> 29, the server 12 performs memory access polling for the DSRC unit 18. On the other hand, in S30, if the user is a member, the DSRC unit 18 notifies the server 12 of uplink information.

  In S33, the server 12 organizes the storage-type content suitable for the member preference based on the member information acquired from the uplink information in the multi-content format (FIG. 2) and distributes it to the ITS in-vehicle device 17. In S34, the end of distribution of the storage type content is notified. The automobile 13 equipped with the ITS vehicle-mounted device 17 leaves the communication area with the roadside device 11 with the end of distribution.

  FIG. 5 is a schematic diagram of data outline of uplink information sent from the ITS vehicle-mounted device 17 to the roadside device 15. Uplink information is sent in multiple tags. The tag 1 includes a service provider code, a destination (latitude and longitude), a waypoint (latitude and longitude) 1 to 5, a cumulative travel distance, a preference genre data version, preference genre data, and member information 1 to 8. The tag 2 includes a service provider code and past stopover locations (latitude and longitude) 1 to 41. The tag 3 includes a service provider code and past stopover places (latitude and longitude) 42 to 82.

  The tag 4 includes a service provider code and reception / reproduction history (reception information code and reproduction identification flag) 1 to 123. The tag 5 includes a service provider code and reception / reproduction history (reception information code and reproduction identification flag) 124 to 246.

  FIG. 6 shows an example of a preference data table distributed from the roadside device 15 to the ITS vehicle-mounted device 17. The preference data table is based on the creation of a service provider that manages the roadside device 15, and is transmitted from the roadside device 15 to the ITS in-vehicle device 17 in S18 of FIG. There are a total of 128 items in the preference data table, data numbers = 0 to 127, and there are display text, display nests, target identifiers, item values, etc. in association with the data numbers. Nest for display = 0 means the top layer, and the lower layer as the numerical value increases. The target identifier is a flag indicating whether or not each item of the data number is a target of preference registration by the user. As can be seen from FIG. It means that each user is a target of non-target registration for preference. The default values = 0 and 1 mean that the user has no preference and a preference for the item, respectively. In FIG. 6, all display items have a default value = 0.

  FIG. 7 is a preference data table generated in the ITS vehicle-mounted device 17 based on the preference data table of FIG. As can be seen from the comparison with FIG. 6, the smaller the display nest value, the smaller the classification. Further, only the display text in which the target identifier = 1 is the target of preference registration by the user as preference data. In FIG. 6, the default value = 0 for both “foreign film” and “Japanese film”, whereas in FIG. 7, the ITS in-vehicle device 17 possesses the ITS in-vehicle device 17 in order to reduce user input. This indicates that the default value for “foreign film” has been changed to 1 based on the data.

  Here, for each item of the preference data table, the value given to the roadside device 15 and sent to the ITS on-board device 17 is called a default value. On the other hand, the ITS on-board device 17 changes, A value presented to the user will be referred to as an item value. In FIG. 7, the user registers the presence / absence of preference only for the item at the lowest level, but if the target identifier = 1 is added to the item at the higher level, the user is classified into a large classification. The presence / absence of preference can also be registered for the middle category items.

  FIG. 8 is a block diagram of the vehicle-mounted device 50. The on-vehicle device 50 transmits the presence / absence of user's preference for each item of the preference data table to the roadside device as user preference information for the preference data table received from the roadside device in the wireless communication area of the roadside device. A specific example of the vehicle-mounted device 50 is the ITS vehicle-mounted device 17. The in-vehicle device 50 is not limited to a device that transmits and receives data by DSRC. It may correspond to other communication standards and data formats. The vehicle-mounted device 50 includes item search means 51 and item value provision means 52.

  The item search means 51 searches for a revised or new item in the revised preference data table or the new preference data table. The item value assigning means 52 includes (a) an item hierarchy relationship including the predetermined item in the old version or another preference data table, and (b) an identifier of the predetermined item for the predetermined item in the revised or new item. User preference information about items in the old version or another preference data table that matches, (c) relevance to the stop-by place, or (d) the user is associated with a keyword registered in advance. An item value is assigned to the keyword dictionary based on the coincidence between the phrase and the text of the predetermined item. That is, the item value assigning means 52 assigns an item value for an item related to the predetermined item for the predetermined item.

  The preference data table is sent from the roadside device to the vehicle-mounted device 50 together with the version information (ID = 80). Therefore, the item search means 51 can determine whether or not the preference data table has been revised based on the version information. The preference data table is sent from the roadside device to the vehicle-mounted device 50 together with the code information (ID = 01) of the service provider. Therefore, the item search means 51 may determine that the received preference data table is a new preference data table unless the preference data table associated with the code information of the service provider has been received in the past. it can.

  A specific example of (a) will be described in relation to the following FIGS. A specific example of (b) will be described with reference to FIGS. A specific example of (c) will be described with reference to FIGS. A specific example of (d) will be described with reference to FIGS.

  First, a specific example of (a) will be described. In these examples, the item value assigning means 52 generates a consistency condition including the item hierarchy relation extracted based on the display nesting and display text of each item in the old version or another preference data table, and revised or new If the display nest and the display text in the revised preference data table or the new preference data table for the item satisfy the matching condition, the revised or new item is set as a predetermined item. Then, the item value giving means 52 sets the item value for the predetermined item to a value related to the user preference information for the corresponding item in the old version or another preference data table that is the basis for generating the consistency condition.

  FIG. 9 shows user preference information in a preference data table of a car dealer who has been registered by the user in the past. In FIG. 9, “Auto Fronts” is assumed to be the name of a car dealer. In FIG. 9, the user has checked that there is a preference for “tire replacement”, “AV device”, and “Navi”. The ITS vehicle-mounted device 17 stores data of user preference information attached to each preference data table by the user.

  FIG. 10 shows an example in which the ITS vehicle-mounted device 17 automatically assigns an item value with preference to predetermined preference data based on the preference data of FIG. 9 with respect to the new preference data table received from the roadside device 15. In FIG. 10, “Green Huts” is assumed to be the name of a car dealer. “Auto Fronts” in FIG. 9 and “Green Huts” in FIG. 10 are different companies in the same industry.

  The ITS vehicle-mounted device 17 automatically assigns an item value with preference to the item “tire replacement” indicated by → in FIG. 10 to the new preference data table. Therefore, the user is saved the trouble of checking the item “tire replacement”. That is, if there is an item of display text that is the same as the display text in the previously registered preference data table in the new preference data table, the ITS on-vehicle device 17 sets the item value of the item as the item of the previously registered preference data table. Set the same value. In FIG. 10, the item “wiper” is checked, which is checked by the user himself / herself.

In the example of FIG. 11 and FIG. 12 , when the matching condition is satisfied, the display text of the item whose hierarchy is higher and the display text of the item of the lower hierarchy in the old version or another preference data table However, in the revised preference data table or the new preference data table, the case where the hierarchy matches the display text of the lower item and the display text of the upper item is included.

  FIG. 11 shows user preference information in a preference data table of a DVD rental company that the user has registered in the past. In FIG. 11, “DVD rental 1” is assumed to be the name of a DVD rental company. There are layers such as “SF” and “Action” under the “Western” layer, and they are checked. The ITS in-vehicle device 17 generates a conditional expression for automatic item value assignment from the user preference information. Here, there are a total of two conditional expressions, 1 and 2. Conditional expression 1 is [foreign film] AND [SF], and conditional expression 2 is [foreign film] AND [action]. In other words, this is a conditional expression of the logical product of the text for the item in the upper hierarchy and the text of the item belonging to the lower hierarchy.

  FIG. 12 shows an example in which the ITS vehicle-mounted device 17 automatically assigns item values to predetermined preference data based on the preference data of FIG. 11 for the new preference data table received from the roadside device 15. In FIG. 11, “DVD rental 2” is assumed to be the name of a DVD rental company. In the preference data table of FIG. 12, there is an item “foreign film” in the hierarchy below the hierarchy of the item “SF”. In addition, there is an item “foreign film” in a hierarchy below the hierarchy of the item “action”. Although this hierarchical relationship is opposite to that in FIG. 11, since the conditional expressions 1 and 2 extracted from FIG. 11 are satisfied, the two “foreign pictures” in FIG. 12 have the preference of FIG. 11 that is the basis of the conditional expression. An item value is assigned to a value related to user preference information for an item in the data table.

In the specific examples of FIGS. 13 and 14 , the item value assigning means 52 is an item in which the display text in the old version or another preference data table is the same as the display text in the revised preference data table or the new preference data table. On the other hand, in the old version or another preference data table, there are a plurality of items below the item, and items with and without preference are mixed. In the revised preference data table or the new preference data table, When there is no non-preferred item in the lower hierarchy, the item value of the item in the revised preference data table or the new preference data table is set as preferred.

  FIG. 13 shows user preference information of a preference data table on which another conditional expression is extracted. In the preference data table of FIG. 13, there are “foreign” and “Japanese” layers below the “action” layer, which are checked and not checked, respectively. The ITS vehicle-mounted device 17 generates affirmative and negative conditional expressions for automatic item value assignment from the user preference information. Here, the positive conditional expression is [action] OR [foreign film], and the negative conditional expression is a conditional expression for searching for a negative phrase, [action] NOT [Japanese film]. In other words, in the affirmative conditional expression, items in the hierarchy above the checked item are combined with OR, whereas in the negative conditional expression, the item in the hierarchy above the item not checked is NOT. Join.

  FIG. 14 shows an example in which the ITS vehicle-mounted device 17 automatically assigns item values to predetermined preference data based on the preference data of FIG. 13 for the new preference data table received from the roadside device 15. In the preference data table of FIG. 14, there is an “action”, which satisfies the positive conditional expression, but does not satisfy the negative conditional expression. That is, negative words are not included. Therefore, according to the affirmative conditional expression, “Action” in the preference data table of FIG. 14 is checked.

  In the specific examples of FIGS. 15 and 16 below, the item value giving means 52 is an item in which the display text in the old version or another preference data table is the same as the display text in the revised preference data table or the new preference data table. On the other hand, if there are no items below the item in the old version or another preference data table, and items below the item exist in the revised preference data table or the new preference data table, those items below The item value for the item in the hierarchy is set to a value related to the user preference information for the item in the old version or another preference data table.

  FIG. 15 shows user preference information of a preference data table that is used as a basis when item values are automatically assigned by another method. In the preference data table of FIG. 15, “Action” in the hierarchy below “Western film” is checked, while the action in the hierarchy below “Japanese film” is not checked. In contrast, conditional expression 3 generates [foreign film] AND [action], and conditional expression 4 generates [Japanese film] AND [action].

  FIG. 16 shows an example in which the ITS vehicle-mounted device 17 automatically assigns item values to predetermined preference data based on the user preference information of FIG. 15 for the new preference data table received from the roadside device 15. In the preference data table of FIG. 16, there are items “Starring A” and “Starring B” in the lower layer of “Action” of “Western movie”, and item “Starring of the layer in the lower layer of“ Action ”of“ Japanese movie ”. U "and Starring V. In the case of Starring A" and "Starring B", "Action" and "Western film" in the hierarchy above are in agreement with the condition of conditional expression 3. Since U "and starring V" match the condition of conditional expression 4, the item values of "Starring A", "Starring B", "Starring U" and Starring V "are set as the corresponding" Action "in FIG. It is assumed that the user preference information is inherited.

  Next, a specific example of the above (b) will be described. FIG. 17 is a code table when a common code is set between service providers for predetermined items in the preference data table. For “notice”, “deal information”, bargain information ”,... Of the preference data text (the display text in FIG. 6),“ ID = 1 ”,“ ID = 2 ”,“ ID ”, respectively. = 3 ", ... are set.

  In the specific example of FIG. 18, the ID of the predetermined item is received as display text data. The item value assigning means 52 includes identification information as to which the predetermined item is in the user input screen for presence / absence of preference. A specific example of the identification information is that the text or item value of the predetermined item on the user input screen is given a specific color, underlined, or the font is changed. As a result, the user can know which items are automatically given by the vehicle-mounted device 50 for the user's input efficiency, and can focus on checking whether there are any mistakes and change only the wrong items.

  FIG. 18 shows the data of the preference data table transmitted from the roadside device 11 based on the code table of FIG. For items for which a display ID is set, instead of specific item names “Notice”, “Discount Information”, Bargain Information ”,... As display text,“ ID = 1 ”,“ ID = 2 ”,“ ID = 3 ”,... Are transmitted from the roadside device 11 to the DSRC unit 18 as data in the preference data table.

  FIG. 19 is a screen of the preference data table displayed on the display of the navigation unit 19 based on the received data of the preference data table of FIG. The ITS in-vehicle device 17 is equipped with the data of the code table of FIG. 17, and for items that have received “ID = 1” and “ID = 2” as display texts, respectively “notice according to the code table of FIG. Convert to "and" deals text and display it on the screen. The ITS in-vehicle device 17 stores the user preference information of the past preference data table, reads the past user preference information corresponding to the code of the new preference data table via the correspondence table of FIG. The values related to the preference information are set to the item values of “Notification” and “Discount information” on the screen of FIG.

  Next, a specific example of (c) will be described. FIG. 20 shows the stop point information of the automobile 13 held by the ITS vehicle-mounted device 17. The ITS vehicle-mounted device 17 can collect and hold the stop point information separately from the stop point information included in the uplink information sent to the roadside device 15. In FIG. 20, “Auto Fronts”, “OK Hall”, and “Maruhachiya” are assumed to be car dealership, rental video, and fishing gear trader names, respectively. This automobile 13 has stopped at the store of each supplier for the number of times shown in FIG. The last stoppage time is also recorded in association with each stop point.

  FIG. 21 shows the relationship between the stop point set by the ITS vehicle-mounted device 17 and the preference data. The ITS vehicle-mounted device 17 selects a trader who has a drop-in record of a predetermined number of times, for example, three times or more, from the data of FIG. In the case of FIG. 20, “Auto Fronts” and “Maruhachiya” are selected. Then, the ITS in-vehicle device 17 selects, as preference data, a phrase that is used as the display text in the preference data table in relation to each selected supplier.

  If there is a display text item that is the same as the selected word in FIG. 21 for the new preference data table, the ITS on-vehicle device 17 checks the item. The user preference information for the new preference data table is transmitted to the roadside device 15, and the content corresponding to the user preference information is distributed from the roadside device 15 to the ITS in-vehicle device 17. In FIG. 20, the final stop time is recorded for each stop point. This is because the user stores the stored content (stored in a storage device without being played immediately after reception) and with the call from the user. If the content to be reproduced such as display is not reproduced for a predetermined time or more from the last stop time, the selected phrase related to the content is deleted from the table of FIG. 21, thereby improving the accuracy of the user preference information. Because.

  Instead of the stop point in FIG. 20, a point set by the user as a landmark (convenience store, gas station, etc.) in the navigation unit 19 may be used. In this case, the number of stoppages is not measured, and products and services related to the landmark are simply associated.

  Next, how to set item values in the new preference data table using the keyword dictionary will be described. The keyword dictionary is as follows. Movies (foreign movies (action, suspense, drama, science fiction, Asia, comedy, love story, fantasy, horror, war, classic, documentary), Japanese film (action, suspense, drama, science fiction, comedy, love story, special effects hero, horror) , Anime (Kids, Family, Original, SF, Action, Robot, Comic, Overseas, Sports), Variety (Comedy, Animal, Family, Culture, Variety, Idol, Making, Gambling)},

  In the keyword dictionary, a large-class movie {} includes a medium-class movie (), a Japanese film (), an animation (), and a variety (). Suspense, ... is included.

  Finally, a specific example of (d) will be described. FIG. 22 is a keyword selection screen that allows the user to set in advance before automatic setting of item values in the preference data table in the ITS in-vehicle device 17. It is assumed that the user has checked “Movie” on the selection screen. The ITS vehicle-mounted device 17 refers to the item “movie” in the keyword dictionary described above for this check. Then, in the item value automatic setting for the new preference data table, the consistency between the display text of each item in the new preference data table and the phrase belonging to the category of “movie” in the keyword dictionary is checked, and the matched new preference data table Automatically check items. FIG. 23 shows user preference information in a new preference data table with item values assigned based on the keyword dictionary.

  FIG. 24 is a flowchart of the vehicle-mounted device control method 60. The onboard equipment control method 60 is applied to the onboard equipment 50 (FIG. 8). In S61, a revised or new item is searched for the revised preference data table or the new preference data table. In S62, for a predetermined item in the revised or new item, an item hierarchy relationship including the predetermined item in the old version or another preference data table, an old version or another preference data table in which the identifier matches the identifier of the predetermined item Based on the user preference information for the item, the relevance to the stop-by location, or the match between the phrase and the text of the predetermined item in the keyword dictionary associated with the keyword that the user has registered in advance. Assign item value. That is, an item value for an item related to the predetermined item is assigned to the predetermined item.

  The processes of S61 and S62 correspond to the functions of the item search means 51 and the item value provision means 52 of the vehicle-mounted device 50, respectively. Therefore, the specific modes described for the functions of the item search means 51 and the item value giving means 52 can be applied as specific modes for the processing of S61 and S62.

  The program to which the present invention is applied causes a computer to function as each unit of the vehicle-mounted device 50. Another program to which the present invention is applied causes a computer to execute each step of the vehicle-mounted device control method 60.

  This specification discloses various ranges and levels of the invention. The invention is not limited to the various technical scopes and specific levels of the apparatuses and methods described in the present specification, but within the scope of obviousness of those skilled in the art, the actions and effects independent of the apparatuses and methods. Extracting one or more elements to be played, one or more elements changed within a self-evident range, and combinations of one or more elements between devices and methods Including things.

It is the schematic of the road-vehicle DSRC system based on the data of a town car life navigation multi-content format. It is explanatory drawing of the data transmission aspect of a town car life navi multi-content format. It is a classification table assigned to each ID used in the downlink. It is a figure which shows the communication and process between each apparatus implemented by the transaction between a roadside apparatus and ITS onboard equipment. It is data outline explanatory drawing of the uplink information sent to a roadside apparatus from ITS onboard equipment. It is a figure which shows an example of the preference data table delivered to a ITS onboard equipment from a roadside apparatus. It is a preference data table produced | generated in the ITS onboard equipment based on the preference data table of FIG. It is a block diagram of onboard equipment. It is a figure which shows the user preference information of the preference data table of the car goods dealer which the user has registered in the past. It is a figure which shows the example which the ITS onboard equipment automatically added the item value with a preference to predetermined preference data based on the preference data of FIG. 9 with respect to the new preference data table received from the roadside apparatus.

It is a figure which shows the user preference information of the preference data table of the DVD rental trader whom the user has registered in the past. It is a figure which shows the example which the ITS onboard equipment added the item value automatically based on the preference data of FIG. 11 with respect to predetermined preference data with respect to the new preference data table received from the roadside apparatus. It is a figure which shows the user preference information of the preference data table based on the extraction of another conditional expression. It is a figure which shows the example which the ITS onboard equipment automatically added the item value to the predetermined preference data based on the preference data of FIG. 13 with respect to the new preference data table received from the roadside device. It is a figure which shows the user preference information of the preference data table based on the case where an item value is automatically attached by another method. It is a figure which shows the example which the ITS vehicle-mounted device automatically added the item value to predetermined preference data based on the user preference information of FIG. 15 with respect to the new preference data table received from the roadside device. It is a code table when a common code is set between service providers for predetermined items in the preference data table. This is data of a preference data table transmitted from the roadside device based on the code table of FIG. It is a screen of the preference data table displayed on the display of a navigation part based on the reception data of the preference data table of FIG.

It is a figure which shows the stop point information which the ITS vehicle-mounted apparatus has. It is a figure which shows the relationship between the stop point which the ITS vehicle-mounted apparatus has set, and preference data. It is a keyword selection screen which makes a user set in advance before the item value automatic setting of a preference data table in ITS onboard equipment. It is a figure which shows the user preference information of the new preference data table which attached the item value based on the keyword dictionary. It is a flowchart of the onboard equipment control method.

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50: Onboard equipment, 51: Item search means, 52: Item value provision means, 60: Onboard equipment control method.

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  1. With respect to the preference data table received from the roadside device in the wireless communication area of the roadside device, the vehicle-mounted device transmits the presence / absence of user's preference for each item of the preference data table to the roadside device as user preference information,
    Item search means for searching for a revised or new item with respect to an item in the old version of the preference data table, or a new preference data table received for the first time this time, as a taste data table that has been received in the past, or for a new preference data table received for the first time this time , as well as
    Items for a given item of the revised or new fields based on another taste data table of the taste data table other than taste data table of the old version among the old taste data table or taste data table of the received in the past item value assigning means for assigning a value,
    Equipped with a,
    The item value giving means is:
    Extracting old or different item hierarchy relationships as hierarchical relationships between items in the old version or another preference data table based on the display nesting and display text of each item in the old version preference data table or another preference data table ,
    Based on the display nesting and display text of each item in the revised preference data table or the new preference data table for the revised or new item, the revised or new hierarchical relationship between items in the revised preference data table or the new preference data table Extract item hierarchy relationships,
    In contrast to the revised or new item hierarchy relationship and the old or different item hierarchy relationship, the display text between the upper hierarchy items represents the trade name of the same industry, and the display text between the lower hierarchy items Are the same, the item in the lower hierarchy in the revised or new item hierarchy relationship is the predetermined item,
    The in-vehicle device , wherein the item value for the predetermined item is an item value for the item in the lower hierarchy in the old or different item hierarchy relationship .
  2. The item value giving means is:
    By comparing the revised or new item hierarchy relationship with the old or different item hierarchy relationship, the display texts of the upper and lower items in the revised or new item hierarchy relationship are the old or different items. If it is the same as the display text of the lower and upper hierarchy items in the hierarchical relationship, the lower hierarchy item of the revised or new item hierarchy is the predetermined item,
    2. The vehicle-mounted device according to claim 1 , wherein the item value for the predetermined item is an item value for the item of the upper hierarchy in the old or different item hierarchy relationship .
  3. With respect to the preference data table received from the roadside device in the wireless communication area of the roadside device, the vehicle-mounted device transmits the presence / absence of user's preference for each item of the preference data table to the roadside device as user preference information,
    Item search means for searching for a revised or new item with respect to an item in the old version of the preference data table, or a new preference data table received for the first time this time, as a taste data table that has been received in the past, or for a new preference data table received for the first time this time , as well as
    Items for a given item of the revised or new fields based on another taste data table of the taste data table other than taste data table of the old version among the old taste data table or taste data table of the received in the past item value assigning means for assigning a value,
    Equipped with a,
    The item value giving means is:
    For the same text item in which the display text in the old version or another preference data table and the display text in the revised preference data table or the new preference data table are the same, in the old version or another preference data table, the same text item If there is no lower-level item and there is a lower-level item in the revised preference data table or the new preference data table, the lower-level item in the revised preference data table or the new preference data table. The in-vehicle device is characterized in that the item value is a value related to user preference information for the same item of text in the old version or another preference data table .
  4. With respect to the preference data table received from the roadside device in the wireless communication area of the roadside device, the vehicle-mounted device transmits the presence / absence of user's preference for each item of the preference data table to the roadside device as user preference information,
    Item search means for searching for a revised or new item with respect to an item in the old version of the preference data table, or a new preference data table received for the first time this time, as a taste data table that has been received in the past, or for a new preference data table received for the first time this time , as well as
    Items for a given item of the revised or new fields based on another taste data table of the taste data table other than taste data table of the old version among the old taste data table or taste data table of the received in the past item value assigning means for assigning a value,
    Equipped with a,
    The item value giving means is:
    For the same text item in which the display text in the old version or another preference data table and the display text in the revised preference data table or the new preference data table are the same, in the old version or another preference data table, the same text item There are a plurality of items in the lower hierarchy, items with and without preference are mixed, and in the revised preference data table or the new preference data table, there is no item without preference in the hierarchy above or below the same item of the text In such a case, the vehicle-mounted device is characterized in that the item value of the same item in the text in the revised preference data table or the new preference data table has a preference .
  5. The vehicle-mounted device according to any one of claims 1 to 4, wherein the identifier of the predetermined item is received as display text data.
  6. The in-vehicle device according to any one of claims 1 to 5, wherein the item value giving means includes identification information as to which the predetermined item is included in a user input screen for presence / absence of preference. .
  7. With respect to the preference data table received from the roadside device in the wireless communication area of the roadside device, a control method of the on-vehicle device that transmits user preference information about each item of the preference data table to the roadside device as user preference information There,
    An item search step for searching for a revised or new item with respect to an item in the old version of the preference data table with respect to the revised preference data table for the old version of the preference data table or the new preference data table received for the first time as a preference data table received in the past , as well as
    Items for a given item of the revised or new fields based on another taste data table of the taste data table other than taste data table of the old version among the old taste data table or taste data table of the received in the past item value assigning step to impart value,
    Equipped with a,
    In the item value giving step,
    Extracting old or different item hierarchy relationships as hierarchical relationships between items in the old version or another preference data table based on the display nesting and display text of each item in the old version preference data table or another preference data table ,
    Based on the display nesting and display text of each item in the revised preference data table or the new preference data table for the revised or new item, the revised or new hierarchical relationship between items in the revised preference data table or the new preference data table Extract item hierarchy relationships,
    In contrast to the revised or new item hierarchy relationship and the old or different item hierarchy relationship, the display text between the upper hierarchy items represents the trade name of the same industry, and the display text between the lower hierarchy items Are the same, the item in the lower hierarchy in the revised or new item hierarchy relationship is the predetermined item,
    The item value for the predetermined item is an item value for the item in the lower hierarchy in the old or another item hierarchy relationship .
  8. The program which makes a computer function as each means of the onboard equipment of any one of Claims 1-6 .
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