KR20080082513A - Rating-based website map information display method - Google Patents

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KR20080082513A
KR20080082513A KR1020080021278A KR20080021278A KR20080082513A KR 20080082513 A KR20080082513 A KR 20080082513A KR 1020080021278 A KR1020080021278 A KR 1020080021278A KR 20080021278 A KR20080021278 A KR 20080021278A KR 20080082513 A KR20080082513 A KR 20080082513A
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The present invention relates to a technology for displaying website map information by setting a rating, and in particular, when displaying local information such as shops, buildings, schools, restaurants, and libraries through a map image provided through a website, a rating is provided for each local information. The present invention relates to a map information display technology configured to display local information having high priority first by assigning the same, and to register and evaluate the local information freely by the service user. According to the present invention, all decision-making authority is given to a general user in a series of processes such as registration and retrieval of local information and exposure on a map, thereby facilitating user-centered service configuration and operation and providing content closer to the objective criteria of the user. It is effective to provide. In addition, users can search numerous local information displayed on the map and adopt the exposure priority method according to the grade which is most optimized for the view, thereby providing the user with contents of excellent quality in order. There is an effect that enables the classification of more detailed local information by further segmenting the rating.

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Rating-based website map information display method}

The present invention relates to a technology for displaying website map information by setting a rating, and in particular, when displaying local information such as shops, buildings, schools, restaurants, and libraries through a map image provided through a website, a rating is provided for each local information. The present invention relates to a map information display technology configured to display local information having high priority first by assigning the same, and to register and evaluate the local information freely by the service user.

Conventionally, when viewing a location information service through a website, various location information is provided in a form that is unilaterally provided to a user at an equivalent level. In this case, since the importance and priority of these location information are not known, the user cannot know what the important information is.

In this case, it is possible to adjust the exposure level of the location by giving priority to each navigation step by assigning a ranking (ranking) according to importance and user traffic among various location information. This allows users to search for desired local information more efficiently in the order of importance.

In the field of LBS (Location Based Service) related services through the website, most of the search methods using local information on the map have been unilaterally provided by the company that operates the service. For example, in the case of searching for "delicious" of a particular region, a method of unilaterally providing the user with search information of the "delicious" registered in the system.

The information on the "restaurants" retrieved in this way is only one-sided and fixed, and the information on the "restaurant" and other "restaurants" of the general users are reflected in real time, thereby providing practical and user-oriented usefulness. It does not have a useful value as information, and the reality is that information is provided mainly by sponsorship or paid mutual registration companies for service operation.

If local information is searched and provided in such a manner, there is a problem in that a service is provided as a promotional channel for a specific interest group or an individual, rather than actually providing more useful local information.

On the other hand, some service companies are making efforts to maintain the quality of information by registering reviews of the local information from users and modifying and recommending the information.

However, even in this way, the management can filter the information and the opinions of the end users are not reflected in real time. In addition, this information is not only used as a level to supplement existing local information, but also to the extent that it is used as a basic data on priority of information.

Such a conventional method is difficult to share more practical and useful local information through the user's participation, there is a concern that the wrong information or distorted information due to the one-way service provided. As a result, the general user may receive wrong information, and the distortion of the information may be further intensified by some interest groups or management.

It is an object of the present invention to register and evaluate the local information freely by the user, and by setting the grade for each registered local information, the high priority local information is preferentially displayed on the map image, and the scale of the map image is changed. It is to provide website map information display technology that can flexibly respond to.

According to the present invention, a method for displaying website map information by setting a rating includes: (a) setting a maximum number of local information displayed on a map image of one screen (hereinafter, referred to as 'N_MAX'); (b) receiving area information having text information from a user terminal and registering the same in a map DB; (c) calculating the evaluation score for the local information by applying one or more of the number of accesses to the local information, the number of interest item registrations, the number of reviews, and the recommendation number, and storing the priorities given in the order of evaluation scores in the map DB. step; (d) providing a map image in response to a map service request from a user terminal; (e) receiving a search word from a user terminal; (f) searching for a local information item having text information corresponding to a search word from a map DB within a current display range of a map image; (g) if the number of searched local information items is larger than N_MAX, selecting N_MAX high priority local information from the search results; And (h) displaying the selected area information item on a map image and providing the same to the user terminal.

According to the present invention, in the series of processes such as registration and retrieval of local information and exposure on a map, all decision-making authority is given to the general user, thereby facilitating user-centered service configuration and operation, and content closer to the objective criteria of the user It is effective to provide.

According to the present invention, the priorities of numerous local information are filtered through the preferences and interests of pure users, excluding specific interests or other factors that hinder the quality of information content. It works.

According to the present invention, a user can search numerous local information displayed on a map and adopt an exposure priority method for each level according to the most optimized level for viewing, thereby providing the user with contents excellent in terms of quality in order. In addition, there is an effect that enables the ranking of more detailed local information by further segmenting the rating.

According to the present invention, as well as providing local information according to various grades for each search result divided according to a search tag item. It also has the effect of providing excellent information by rank in each region.

EMBODIMENT OF THE INVENTION Hereinafter, this invention is demonstrated in detail.

The present invention is made to solve the above problems and to meet the needs of the general user is to systemize the search and marking method of the local information on the map through the registration and participation of the user.

That is, the reliability of the local information is measured by general users, and prioritizes the search and exposure of the local information, thereby preventing the local information from being distorted by a specific interest group or service administrator in advance. Its main purpose is to establish a service infrastructure that can share quality local information.

The present invention is largely composed of three aspects.

(1) the user registers the local information he knows on the map;

(2) searching and displaying local information desired by the user;

(3) The process by which a user reviews and evaluates certain local information.

Although the three-step process is implemented to some extent in the conventional service, in the present invention, in classifying exposures according to priorities according to priorities in searching and providing local information, and additionally used as basic data for differentiating exposures by grades. The technical differentiation factor was introduced in the user's review and evaluation method. Hereinafter, each of the three steps constituting the present invention will be described in detail.

Step 1: Register local information of general users

This part allows general users who want to register local information to freely display and register the information on the map.

In this stage, registration is allowed freely without any restriction on the registration conditions on the premise of participation and sharing, and the search using the tag can be performed by registering the relevant tag during registration.

Step 2: Search and display local user's local information

The most important factor when searching for local information using the registered tag in the registration stage is as follows.

First, you need to provide the exact search results you want.

Second, in search results, verified results should be provided based on reliability.

Third, when changing the altitude of the map and moving the map screen, related search results should be shown in order of priority so as not to inconvenience users.

In order to provide accurate search results that users want, they actively utilize relevant tags registered by default, and also extract keywords from content articles of local information. In addition, the reliability of the search results can be achieved through reviews and ratings of other users.

The most important part of the search and display phase is how to provide and show the verified contents to users based on this reliability.

In the present invention, as a key technology for this part, "Give exposure priority for each grade according to location altitude" is to provide more differentiated user-centered search results.

For example, suppose that a user inputs a tag of "Chinese house", but the total number of search results of the tag "Chinese house" registered in the system is 1,000. At this time, it is not possible to mark all of these 1,000 Chinese homes on the map displayed on the website. Of course, if you have information about a region, you can display the "Chinese house" search results for that region, but if you don't have local information, you'll have to decide which of the 1,000 Chinese houses should be shown.

At present, other related service companies are using sponsorship, paid registration companies or Seoul to display relevant information. However, this is by no means satisfactory to the user.

If the user zooms out of the map and wants to see the entire Korean peninsula on the map screen, it will not be able to show all 1,000 local information related to the "Chinese House", and zoom in and zoom in on the map screen. How to provide 1,000 "Chinese House" local information is also a difficult problem.

In the present invention, all these problems can be solved technically by reflecting the user's decision.

First, since too much local information cannot be displayed on the map at the same time as a search result, the number of local information displayed on the map screen is limited to a specific value (assuming 30, for example). Of course, the ability to display all local information arbitrarily may be selected as a separate option.

If you search for the tag "Chinese House", the top 30 ratings by the user are displayed on the map, and the altitude to properly view the 30 local information is automatically selected by the system and shown to the user. The altitude location of the map may be a specific district unit, may be a city unit, a province unit, or the entire Korean peninsula.

For example, suppose the screen elevation of the search results shows that the entire Korean screen is shown in the Korean peninsula. The user will zoom in on the map screen to find more detailed local information. In this case, how should we represent the remaining 970 information except 30 out of 1,000 local information? In this case, the priority of the local information according to the user's evaluation serves as a display standard.

In other words, as the altitude decreases (the zoom-in), the area on the map becomes narrower and the search result of the corresponding local information should be displayed in more detail, and the local information of the lower 30 ranks is also displayed.

In other words, the local search results of the tag "Chinese House" displayed at a specific altitude are classified according to the altitude of each stage according to the priority of each "Chinese House" that the user evaluates. When the minimum altitude is reached, the local information for all "Chinese Houses" is displayed.

In other words, if the area information related to "Chinese House" displayed on the map at 100 km altitude and 30 area information shown at 10 km altitude are 30, respectively, the area information shown at 100 km is higher than the area information shown at 10 km. This is a qualitatively good local information with a much higher priority for exposure.

The priority of each local information can be changed at any time by the user, and the priority of the search result can be changed from time to time by seasonal, anniversary, and special external environment changes.

The results of the "Resort" searched in the summer and the "Resort" searched in the winter are subject to change based on the ratings and reviews of the users. In summer, they look for cool seas and rivers, but in winter skiing is much more popular.

Through the voluntary registration and evaluation of users' local information, the search results can be changed flexibly, and as a result, more reliable local information can be found.

Step 3: Evaluate and review local users' local information

As described above, in order to give priority to local information for each grade, evaluation of the local information of the general user is an essential element. The elements of evaluation basically include the level of interest in the area and the reliability of the information. Detailed evaluation methods are as follows.

First is the evaluation of the level of interest. The level of interest is how interested users are in accessing local information. Evaluation methods for this include the number of accesses of the corresponding local information, the number of times the local information is registered as my interest item, and the number of related reviews.

Second is the evaluation of reliability. Reliability is an assessment of the quality excellence of information in a given area. To this end, how many users recommend the local information as excellent information. In other words, after reviewing the relevant local information, if it is recognized as excellent, the general user can increase the reliability by clicking the recommendation button.

The evaluation score for each area information determined in this way is used to determine the area information to be displayed on a specific altitude map screen. That is, the number of times of access to local information, the number of interest item registrations, the number of related reviews, and the number of recommendations are stored for each local information, and the scores for comprehensively evaluating the local information are multiplied by the weight set by the service operator. Is calculated.

In addition to the above evaluation items, the reporting system is operated to prevent the registration of spam-type local information, so that general users can evaluate the reliability of the local information, and the service operator can delete it last. Maintain a qualitative level of content.

Hereinafter, exemplary embodiments of the present invention will be described in detail with reference to the accompanying drawings.

1 is a flowchart illustrating the overall operation of the method for displaying website map information by setting a rating according to the present invention.

First, the maximum number of local information (hereinafter, referred to as 'N_MAX') displayed on the map image of one screen in the service system is set in advance (ST10). Here, the local information means information about a building, a store, a school, a library, etc. having a specific location. Therefore, the area information includes coordinate information as well as the name of the area information.

In addition, a user using a map service may access a map service providing server through a user terminal and may freely register local information. In this case, text information (eg, a related tag) for identifying the local information may be additionally input, and the service system receives the local information and registers it in the map DB (ST20).

In addition, the user using the map service can evaluate the local information provided through the map service, and the service system applies one or more of the number of accesses to the local information, the number of interest item registrations, the number of reviews, and the number of recommendations. The evaluation scores for the corresponding local information are calculated, prioritized in order of the calculated evaluation scores, and stored in the map DB (ST30). The process of determining the priority of the local information by the user's activity will be described in detail later with reference to FIG. 2.

When a user who wants to use the map service connects to the server and the map service request is generated, the map image is provided to the user's terminal (ST40).

In addition, the user inputs a search word to search for desired local information on the map image (ST50). In other words, enter the desired information into the search box and hit Enter or click the Search button.

When a search word is input, the service system searches for local information within the current display range of the map image provided through the user terminal. That is, the local information item having the text information corresponding to the search word input by the user is searched from the map DB constructed so far (ST60). For example, the local information tag is searched to extract local information related to the input search word from the map DB.

At this time, the search for the surrounding area slightly out of the current display range is also performed, so that even after the scale is changed, the additional search and the display of the local information can be quickly performed.

When M local information is searched, when M is equal to or smaller than N_MAX, all the search results may be displayed on the map image. However, when M is smaller than N_MAX, all search results may not be displayed. Therefore, when the number M of searched local information items is greater than N_MAX (ST70), N_MAX pieces of high priority information are selected from the search results (ST80). The selected area information item is displayed on the map image and provided to the user terminal (ST90).

That is, if the number of local information that can be displayed on the map screen at the altitude set by the current user is larger than the N_MAX value set by the service operator, the score of the service users is not displayed on the map screen without displaying all the local information. The highest N_MAX pieces are displayed.

However, if the number M of searched local information items is equal to or smaller than N_MAX, all the searched local information items are selected (ST100) and displayed on the map image and then provided to the user terminal.

In this case, the scale of the map image may be automatically converted so that the local information distribution displayed on the map image constitutes the entire screen so that the local information is properly and evenly distributed on the screen.

After the display process of the map image as described above, as the user adjusts the scale and altitude, a process of displaying local information by changing the scale of the map image may be added. A process (ST110 to ST180) when the scale of the map image is changed will be described in detail later with reference to FIG. 3.

FIG. 2 is a flowchart illustrating an operation process of step ST30 in which priority of local information is registered in FIG. 1 in more detail.

Evaluation of local information can be made by general users.

If a user reads the local information through the map service (ST301) and then checks the detailed information by clicking the specific local information (ST302), the access frequency of the corresponding local information is increased (ST303).

In addition, when the user registers the specific area information as the item of interest (ST304), the number of times of interest item registration of the area information is increased (ST305).

In addition, when a user writes and registers a review of specific local information (ST306), the number of reviews of the corresponding local information is increased (ST307).

In addition, when specific local information is recommended by the user (ST308), the number of recommendation times of the corresponding local information is increased (ST309).

Each of the items mentioned above is stored in the map DB, and the evaluation scores for comprehensively evaluating the corresponding area information are calculated by adding and applying a predetermined weight for each item (ST310). In addition, the priority of each area information is determined based on the evaluation score of each area information, and then the area information with high priority is displayed first through the map image.

3 is a flowchart in which processing steps ST110 to ST180 in the case where the scale of the map image is changed after the map image providing step ST90 in which the local information of FIG. 1 is displayed are added.

First, it is checked whether rescaling of the currently displayed map image occurs (ST110), and if the scale is changed, the area information that can be displayed on the new altitude map screen must be extracted and displayed again.

When the scale is increased (ST120), that is, when a reduction in the size of the map image occurs, the scale is reset and the local information item having the text information corresponding to the search word is searched within the range of the displayed map image (ST170). . If the number of newly searched local information is M2, the number of newly searched local information is recognized as M (ST180), and the local information displaying steps ST70 to ST100 mentioned in FIG. 1 are repeated. That is, since the search range is widened, it is necessary to newly search for local information.

However, when the scale decreases (ST130), that is, when the enlargement change of the size of the map image occurs, only the region information that is off the screen may be removed from the already extracted region information. Accordingly, the remaining local information is displayed on the map image except for the local information which is out of the range of the map image due to the resetting of the scale among the searched local information (ST140).

In this case, if some local information is excluded from the screen due to the decrease in scale, the number of local information displayed on the screen is reduced than N_MAX. Therefore, even if the local information having lower priority than the currently displayed local information is displayed on the map image, It is preferable to fill the number of displayed local information with N_MAX.

Therefore, after extracting a relatively high priority from the local information that is not indicated as under priority among the local information search results before the scale is reduced (ST150), the selected local information is selected on the map image. The display is provided on the user terminal screen (ST160). Of course, if the number of selected local information is less than N_MAX through this process, all of the local information may be displayed.

4 is an exemplary diagram in which the local information 'library' item is displayed on a map image when N_MAX is set to five.

This is the result of searching by setting the local information search term to 'library' while the maximum number of local information display (N_MAX) is set to five. The map image includes a range of approximately Gyeonggi-do and Chungcheong-do, with a total of five 'library' items on the map image.

Therefore, in the range of map images that are currently displayed, it can be seen that 'Jungdeok Library', 'Namsan Library', 'National Central Library', 'Chungju Library', and 'Daejeon Library' are the five highest priority local information items. .

FIG. 5 is an exemplary diagram illustrating five 'library' items in which the scale of the map image is reduced (the map image is enlarged) and thus, the region information having low priority is added.

The scale of the map image is reduced while the maximum number of local information displays (N_MAX) is maintained at five. As the scale has been reduced, it can be seen that a narrower area is enlarged, and the display range is reduced to the entire metropolitan area centering on Seoul.

On the map image, there are a total of five 'Library' items, 'Uijeongbu Library', 'Dokdak Library', 'Namsan Library', 'National Central Library' and 'Suwon Library'. Since the range of map images has been reduced, 'Jungju Library' and 'Daejeon Library', which are out of the screen, have been excluded from the displayed local information, and the new Uijeongbu Library and Suwon Library have been added.

In other words, Uijeongbu Library and Suwon Library have lower priorities than Jeongdeok Library, Namsan Library, and National Library of Korea, but they are relatively preferred to display five pieces of local information within a reduced area. Notice that two new high ranking library items have been added.

Although the present invention has been described in more detail with reference to the examples, the present invention is not necessarily limited to these embodiments, and various modifications can be made without departing from the spirit of the present invention. Therefore, the embodiments disclosed in the present invention are not intended to limit the technical idea of the present invention but to describe the present invention, and the scope of the technical idea of the present invention is not limited by these embodiments. The protection scope of the present invention should be interpreted by the following claims, and all technical ideas within the equivalent scope should be interpreted as being included in the scope of the present invention.

1 is a flow chart showing the overall operation of the method for displaying website map information by setting the rating according to the present invention;

FIG. 2 is a flowchart illustrating an operation process of step ST30 of registering priority of local information in FIG. 1 in more detail.

3 is a flowchart in which a process (ST110 to ST180) in the case where the scale of the map image is changed after the map image providing step (ST90) displaying the local information of FIG. 1 is added;

4 is an exemplary diagram in which a local information 'library' item is displayed on a map image when N_MAX is set to five;

FIG. 5 is an exemplary diagram illustrating five 'library' items in which the scale of the map image is reduced (the map image is enlarged) and thus, the region information having low priority is added.

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  1. (a) setting in advance a maximum number of local information (hereinafter, referred to as 'N_MAX') displayed on a map image of one screen;
    (b) receiving area information having text information from a user terminal and registering the same in a map DB;
    (c) calculating an evaluation score for the area information by applying one or more of the number of accesses to the area information, the number of interest item registrations, the number of reviews, and the number of recommendations, and the priority given in the order of the evaluation scores; Storing in a DB;
    (d) providing a map image in response to a map service request from a user terminal;
    (e) receiving a search word from the user terminal;
    (f) searching for a local information item having text information corresponding to the search word from the map DB within a current display range of the map image;
    (g) if the number of searched local information items is greater than N_MAX, selecting N_MAX high priority local information from the search results; And
    (h) displaying the selected area information item on a map image and providing the same to the user terminal;
    Web site map information display method comprising a.
  2. The method according to claim 2,
    The step (h) further comprises the step of automatically converting the scale of the map image so that the distribution of the local information displayed on the map image constitutes the entire screen.
  3. The method according to claim 1 or 2,
    The website map information display method,
    (i) when the scale is increased to reduce the size of the map image, the scale is reset, and after re-searching the local information item having the text information corresponding to the search word within the range of the displayed map image, (g) -(h) repeating the step; web site map information display method further comprises.
  4. The method according to claim 3,
    In step (i),
    If the scale decreases and an enlarged change of the size of the map image occurs, displaying the remaining area information on the map image except for the area information out of the range of the map image due to the resetting of the scale among the searched area information; And
    Extracting a portion of the local information that is not displayed as less than the priority among the local information search results before the scale is reduced and displaying the same on the map image;
    Web site map information display method characterized in that it further comprises.
  5. The method according to claim 4,
    And wherein step (f) comprises searching for the area information item in a range including a surrounding area of the current display range.
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