JP5533253B2 - Information display device, and control method and program thereof - Google Patents

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JP5533253B2
JP5533253B2 JP2010117670A JP2010117670A JP5533253B2 JP 5533253 B2 JP5533253 B2 JP 5533253B2 JP 2010117670 A JP2010117670 A JP 2010117670A JP 2010117670 A JP2010117670 A JP 2010117670A JP 5533253 B2 JP5533253 B2 JP 5533253B2
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  The present invention relates to an information display device, and a control method and program thereof, and more particularly to a device that displays a list of index information such as bookmark information, and a control method and program thereof.

  In general, an information display device such as a portable terminal has a function of displaying a list of a plurality of bookmark information registered by a user (hereinafter sometimes referred to as a bookmark function). Here, the bookmark information includes a URL (Uniform Resource Locator) of a Web site (Web page). Using this bookmark function, the user can browse a desired Web page by a simple operation of selecting one bookmark information from the bookmark information displayed in a list.

  However, in the conventional bookmark function, bookmark information is often displayed in a list in the order of registration or the time of the last reference. For this reason, the bookmark information corresponding to the Web page that the user wants to browse is not necessarily displayed at the top, and there is a problem that the user is required to search for the desired bookmark information.

  Techniques for dealing with this problem are described in Patent Documents 1 to 3, for example. In the information display devices described in these Patent Documents 1 to 3, a plurality of bookmark information is displayed in a list in descending order of the number of accesses to the corresponding Web page.

JP 2003-76628 A JP 2000-99436 A JP 2008-287636 A

  However, the above Patent Documents 1 to 3 have a problem that the effect of reducing the effort required for searching for target bookmark information is insufficient.

  Specifically, bookmark information corresponding to a Web page that is frequently viewed (for example, every day) by a user on an information display device, and a Web page that is not frequently but periodically (for example, once a month) Is stored together with bookmark information corresponding to. In this case, the former bookmark information can always be displayed at the top. However, the latter bookmark information can be displayed at a lower level. For this reason, there is a possibility that the user may be required to search for the latter bookmark information.

  Therefore, an object of the present invention is to further reduce the labor required for searching index information such as bookmark information.

  In order to achieve the above object, an information display device according to a first aspect of the present invention includes a storage unit that stores a plurality of index information respectively assigned to a plurality of different data, and the plurality of indexes. Display means for displaying a list of information, and control means for monitoring the time interval of access to each data by the user of the own device and determining index information to be displayed at the top according to the time interval when displaying the list With.

  The control method according to the second aspect of the present invention provides a control method for an information display device. The control method stores a plurality of index information respectively assigned to a plurality of different data, monitors a time interval of access to each data by a user of the information display device, and the plurality of index information The index information to be displayed at the top is determined according to the time interval.

  Further, the control program according to the third aspect of the present invention includes a process of storing a plurality of index information respectively assigned to a plurality of different data on the information display device, and a user of the information display device. A process of monitoring a time interval of access to each data and a process of determining index information to be displayed at a higher level in accordance with the time interval when displaying the list of the plurality of index information.

  According to the present invention, it is possible to significantly reduce the labor required for searching index information such as bookmark information as compared with Patent Documents 1 to 3 described above. The reason is that both index information corresponding to data that is frequently accessed by the user and index information corresponding to data that is infrequently accessed periodically are mixed. This is because it can be displayed.

It is the block diagram which showed the structural example of the information display apparatus which concerns on embodiment of this invention. It is the figure which showed the structural example of the bookmark information which the information display apparatus which concerns on embodiment of this invention memorize | stores. It is the flowchart figure which showed the estimation process example of the next access time in the information display apparatus which concerns on embodiment of this invention. It is the flowchart figure which showed an example of the rearrangement process of the bookmark information in the information display apparatus which concerns on embodiment of this invention. It is the figure which showed the rearrangement result of the bookmark information in the information display apparatus which concerns on embodiment of this invention. It is the flowchart figure which showed the other example of the rearrangement process of the bookmark information in the information display apparatus which concerns on embodiment of this invention.

  Hereinafter, embodiments of an information display device according to the present invention will be described with reference to FIGS. In the drawings, the same components are denoted by the same reference numerals, and redundant description is omitted as necessary for the sake of clarity.

  As shown in FIG. 1, information display device 1 according to the present embodiment includes a storage unit 10, a display unit 20, and a control unit 30.

  Among these, the memory | storage part 10 memorize | stores the some bookmark information 11 as shown in FIG. 2 as an example of index information. Specifically, each bookmark information includes a title and URL registered by the user of the device 1, and the previous access time and remaining time updated by the control unit 30. The title indicates a display name when the display unit 20 displays a list. URL indicates the URL of the corresponding Web page. The previous access time indicates the time when the corresponding Web page was accessed last time. Furthermore, the remaining time indicates the time from the current time to the estimated time at which the corresponding Web page can be accessed next time (hereinafter sometimes referred to as the next access estimated time).

  As another example of the index information, the storage unit 10 may store a plurality of pieces of attribute information given for the purpose of accessing (reproducing, editing, etc.) data such as images and moving images. In this case, for example, the storage unit 10 may store the data name as the title and store the data storage address instead of the URL.

  Further, the display unit 20 reads the bookmark information 11 from the storage unit 10 in accordance with an instruction from the control unit 30 and displays a list of titles in the order of arrangement, thereby allowing the user to correspond to a desired Web page. Let the title be selected.

  When attribute information of data such as an image or a moving image is stored in the storage unit 10, the display unit 20 displays a list of data names and the like so that the user can select desired data.

  Furthermore, the control unit 30 monitors the time interval of access to the Web page corresponding to each bookmark information, and determines bookmark information (title) to be displayed at the top when displaying the list according to each time interval. Specifically, the control unit 30 includes a time measuring unit 31, a bookmark operation processing unit 32, and a bookmark information processing unit 33.

  The timer 31 measures the current time.

  The bookmark operation processing unit 32 generates a display command for displaying the bookmark information 11 on the display unit 20 in accordance with a predetermined operation by the user. Further, the bookmark operation processing unit 32 notifies the bookmark information processing unit 33 of the selected title when the user performs a selection operation of one title (in other words, an access operation to one Web page). At the same time, a rewrite command for instructing rewriting of the bookmark information 11 is given. Note that the bookmark operation processing unit 32 may notify information (for example, ID) for uniquely identifying each bookmark information, instead of the selected title.

  When the bookmark information processing unit 33 receives a rewrite command from the bookmark operation processing unit 32, the bookmark information processing unit 33 acquires the current time from the time measuring unit 31 and updates the previous access time and the remaining time of the bookmark information corresponding to the notified title (hereinafter referred to as “the time”) This series of processing is called “next access time estimation processing”). Further, the bookmark information processing unit 33 periodically acquires the current time from the time measuring unit 31 regardless of whether or not a rewrite command is received, and updates (subtracts) the remaining time for each bookmark information and determines the remaining time after the update. The corresponding bookmark information is rearranged (sorted) (hereinafter, this series of processing is referred to as “bookmark information rearrangement processing”).

  When displaying a list of data names such as images and moving images on the display unit 20, the control unit 30 executes the next access time estimation process for the attribute information corresponding to the data name selected by the user. In parallel, the rearrangement process for each attribute information may be executed periodically.

Next, the operation of the present embodiment will be described. First, an example of the next access time estimation process will be described in detail with reference to FIG. An example of bookmark information rearrangement processing will be described in detail with reference to FIGS.

[Next access time estimation processing example]
As illustrated in FIG. 3, when the bookmark operation processing unit 32 in the control unit 30 detects a title selection (that is, access to a web page) by the user, the bookmark information processing unit 33 selects a rewrite command. And send the title. The bookmark information processing unit 33 receives these rewrite commands and titles (step S11).

  At this time, the bookmark information processing unit 33 acquires the current time T (0) from the time measuring unit 31 (step S12).

  Then, the bookmark information processing unit 33 reads out and refers to the previous access time T (−1) corresponding to the title received in step S11 from the storage unit 10, and the remaining time according to the following equation (1). T (r) is calculated (steps S13 and S14).

 T (r) = T (0) −T (−1) (1)

  Although illustration is omitted, when the previous access time T (−1) is not yet stored (that is, when the user accesses the corresponding Web page for the first time), the bookmark information processing unit 33 The current time T (0) is stored as the previous access time T (-1), and the above step S14 and the subsequent steps S15 and S16 are not executed.

  Then, the bookmark information processing unit 33 updates the previous access time T (−1) in the storage unit 10 with the current time T (0) (step S15).

  Further, the bookmark information processing unit 33 updates the remaining time T (r) in the storage unit 10 to the value calculated in step S14 (step S16).

[Bookmark information sorting example]
As shown in FIG. 4, the bookmark information processing unit 33 periodically acquires the current time T (0) from the time measuring unit 31 (step S21).

Then, since the bookmark information processing unit 33 updated the remaining time T (r) last time (specifically, after executing step S23 below), the unit time ΔT (for example, 1 minute) has elapsed. It is determined whether or not (step S22). The unit time ΔT may be set to 1 hour or 1 second.

  If it is determined in step S22 that the unit time ΔT has elapsed, the bookmark information processing unit 33 determines the remaining time T (r) for the bookmark information for which the remaining time T (r) ≠ 0 is satisfied according to the following equation (2). r) is updated (step S23).

 T (r) = T (r) −ΔT (2)

  For example, as shown in FIG. 5A, as the bookmark information 11, the title BM1 in which the remaining time T (r) is set to “0” and the title BM2 in which the remaining time T (r) is set to “50”. And a title BM3 whose remaining time T (r) is set to “1” and a title BM4 whose remaining time T (r) is set to “30” are stored. In this case, the bookmark information processing unit 33 does not update the remaining time T (r) corresponding to the title BM1. On the other hand, the bookmark information processing unit 33 updates the remaining time T (r) corresponding to the titles BM2, BM3, and BM4 to “49”, “0”, and “29”, respectively.

  If it is determined in step S22 that the unit time ΔT has not elapsed, the bookmark information processing unit 33 returns to step S21.

  Then, the bookmark information processing unit 33 further determines whether or not there is bookmark information that has changed to the remaining time T (r) = 0 in the storage unit 10 (step S24).

  Since bookmark information corresponding to the title BM3 exists as bookmark information changed to the remaining time T (r) = 0, the bookmark information processing unit 33 corresponds to the title BM3 as shown in FIG. The bookmark information is moved to the highest level (step S25).

  Then, the bookmark information processing unit 33 sequentially shifts the bookmark information corresponding to the other titles BM1, BM2, and BM4 to the lower order (step S26).

  Thereby, the order of the list display by the display unit 20 at this time is the order of the titles BM3, BM1, BM2, and BM4. Although not shown, the list display order when the remaining time T (r) corresponding to the title BM4 becomes “0” is the order of the titles BM4, BM3, BM1, and BM2. Become. Further, the list display order when the remaining time T (r) corresponding to the title BM2 becomes “0” is the order of the titles BM2, BM4, BM3, and BM1.

  If it is determined in step S24 that the bookmark information changed at time T (r) = 0 does not exist, the bookmark information processing unit 33 does not execute the steps S25 and S26, but proceeds to the step S21. Return.

  As described above, in the present embodiment, the bookmark information corresponding to the Web page that is frequently accessed by the user and the bookmark information corresponding to the Web page that is accessed less frequently but periodically are mixed. Even if it exists, both index information can be displayed on the upper level according to the access time interval to a corresponding web page. For this reason, the effort required for searching for bookmark information is greatly reduced for the user.

  For example, when the previous access time to the Web page corresponding to the title BM3 is “April 1, 2010 0:00” and the time interval from the previous access is “1 day” (that is, in the title BM3) When the corresponding Web page is frequently accessed), the title BM3 is displayed at the top in “April 2, 2010, 0:00”.

  On the other hand, when the previous access time to the Web page corresponding to the title BM4 is “March 3, 2010 2:00” and the time interval from the previous access is “30 days” (that is, the title BM4 When the corresponding Web page is accessed periodically), the title BM4 is displayed at the top in “April 2, 2010, 2:00”. At this time, the title BM3 is displayed second from the top.

  Therefore, the user can select the title BM4 or BM3 displayed at the upper level without searching for bookmark information, and can immediately access a desired Web page.

  Further, in the above bookmark information rearrangement processing example, when there are a plurality of titles BM1 and BM3 corresponding to the bookmark information for which the next estimated access time has arrived, the display order thereof is changed to the descending order of the estimated next access time ( The order of titles BM3 and BM1 is the order in which the next estimated access time arrives later). In other words, titles that are more likely to be selected are preferentially displayed. For this reason, it is possible to further reduce the labor required for searching for bookmark information.

  Further, the bookmark information rearrangement process may be executed as shown in FIG. Specifically, the bookmark information processing unit 33 replaces the execution of steps S24 to S26 shown in FIG. 4 with the bookmark information 11 in the ascending order of the remaining time T (r) (that is, the next access estimated time). Sort in ascending order (step S27).

  Also in this case, similarly to the bookmark information rearrangement processing example shown in FIG. 4, titles that are more likely to be selected are preferentially displayed, thereby further reducing the time and effort required for searching for bookmark information. .

  Furthermore, in the above example of the next access time estimation process, the case where the time interval between the past two accesses is monitored as the access time interval to the Web page has been dealt with. However, an average time interval between accesses over the past three or more times may be monitored as an access time interval to the Web page. In this case, the next access estimated time can be estimated more accurately. On the other hand, when monitoring the time interval between two previous accesses, only the previous access time needs to be stored as shown in FIG. 2, and there is an advantage that the amount of storage resources required for monitoring is small.

  Note that the present invention is not limited to the above-described embodiments, and it is apparent that various modifications can be made by those skilled in the art based on the description of the scope of the claims.

  For example, each process of the information display device 1 described in the above embodiment can be provided as a program for causing a computer to execute the processes. In this case, the program can be stored and provided to a computer using various types of non-transitory computer readable media. Here, the non-transitory computer readable medium includes various types of tangible storage media. Examples of non-transitory computer-readable media include magnetic recording media (for example, flexible disks, magnetic tapes, hard disk drives), magneto-optical recording media (for example, magneto-optical disks), CD-ROMs (Read Only Memory), CD- R, CD-R / W, semiconductor memory (for example, mask ROM, PROM (Programmable ROM), EPROM (Erasable PROM), flash ROM, RAM (Random Access Memory)). The program may be supplied to the computer by various types of transitory computer readable media. Examples of transitory computer readable media include electrical signals, optical signals, and electromagnetic waves. The temporary computer-readable medium can supply the program to the computer via a wired communication path such as an electric wire and an optical fiber, or a wireless communication path.

(Appendix 1)
A control method for an information display device,
Storing a plurality of index information respectively assigned to a plurality of different data;
Monitoring the time interval of access to each data by the user of the information display device;
When displaying a list of the plurality of index information, determine index information to be displayed in a higher order according to the time interval,
A control method comprising:

(Appendix 2) In Appendix 1,
Estimate the next time each data can be accessed from each time interval;
When displaying the list, the index information corresponding to the data for which the estimated time has arrived is determined as the index information to be displayed on the upper level.
A control method comprising:

(Appendix 3) In Appendix 2,
When there is a plurality of index information to be displayed in the higher order, the display order in the direction from the highest order to the lower order of these index information is the descending order of the estimated time,
A control method comprising:

(Appendix 4) In Appendix 1,
Estimate the next time each data can be accessed from each time interval;
When displaying the list, the display order in the direction from the highest order to the lower order of the plurality of index information is the ascending order of the estimated time,
A control method comprising:

(Appendix 5) In any one of Appendices 1-4,
As the time interval, prior to the list display, the time interval between the past two accesses to the data is monitored.
A control method comprising:

(Appendix 6) In any one of Appendices 1-4,
As the time interval, monitor an average time interval between accesses over the past three or more times to the data prior to the list display;
A control method comprising:

(Appendix 7) In any one of Appendices 1-6,
A web page is used as the data,
As the index information, bookmark information including a URL (Uniform Resource Locator) of the Web page is used.
A control method comprising:

DESCRIPTION OF SYMBOLS 1 Information display apparatus 10 Memory | storage part 11 Bookmark information 20 Display part 30 Control part 31 Time measuring part 32 Bookmark operation process part 33 Bookmark information processing part BM1-BM4 Title T (-1), T1 (-1) -T4 (-1) Last access time T (0) Current time T (r) Remaining time ΔT Unit time

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  1. Storage means for storing a plurality of index information respectively assigned to a plurality of different data;
    Display means for displaying a list of the plurality of index information;
    Monitors the time interval for access to the data by the user of the own device, when the list display, Bei example and a control means for determining the index information to be displayed on the upper in response to said time interval,
    The control means includes
    The time at which each data can be accessed next is estimated from each time interval, and when displaying the list, the first index information corresponding to the data at which the estimated time has arrived is displayed as the index information to be displayed at the upper level. Determined as
    When there are a plurality of the first index information, the display order in the direction from the top to the bottom of the first index information is the descending order of the estimated time,
    Determining the second index information corresponding to the data for which the estimated time has not arrived as index information to be displayed lower than the first index information;
    Information display equipment.
  2. In claim 1 ,
    The information display device characterized in that the control means monitors a time interval between two past accesses to the data prior to the list display as the time interval.
  3. In claim 1 ,
    The control means monitors the average time interval between accesses over the past three or more times to the data prior to the list display as the time interval.
  4. In any one of Claims 1-3 ,
    The data is a web page;
    An information display device, wherein the index information is bookmark information including a URL (Uniform Resource Locator) of the Web page.
  5. A control method for an information display device comprising a storage unit, a display unit, and a control unit ,
    Storing a plurality of index information respectively assigned to a plurality of different data in the storage unit ;
    In the control unit, monitor the time interval of access to each data by the user of the information display device,
    In the control unit, when displaying a list of the plurality of index information by the display unit, to determine the index information to be displayed in a higher order according to the time interval ,
    In the control unit, the time when each data can be accessed next is estimated from each time interval,
    In the control unit, when displaying the list, the first index information corresponding to the data at which the estimated time has arrived is determined as index information to be displayed on the upper level,
    In the control unit, when there are a plurality of the first index information, the display order in the direction from the highest order to the lower order of the first index information is the descending order of the estimated time,
    In the control unit, the second index information corresponding to the data for which the estimated time has not arrived is determined as index information to be displayed lower than the first index information.
    A control method comprising:
  6. In an information display device including a storage unit, a display unit, and a control unit ,
    A process of storing a plurality of pieces of index information assigned to a plurality of different data in the storage unit ;
    In the control unit, a process of monitoring a time interval of access to each data by a user of the information display device;
    In the control unit, when displaying a list of the plurality of index information by the display unit, a process of determining index information to be displayed at a higher level according to the time interval;
    In the control unit, a process of estimating a time when each data can be accessed next from each time interval;
    In the control unit, when the list is displayed, a process of determining first index information corresponding to data for which the estimated time has arrived as index information to be displayed on the upper level,
    In the control unit, when there are a plurality of the first index information, the display order in the direction from the highest order to the lower order of the first index information, the processing to make the estimated time descending,
    In the control unit, a process of determining second index information corresponding to data for which the estimated time has not arrived as index information to be displayed lower than the first index information;
    A control program to execute.
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