KR20090013927A - Method for executing memo at viewer screen of electronic book, apparatus applied to the same - Google Patents

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KR20090013927A
KR20090013927A KR1020070078083A KR20070078083A KR20090013927A KR 20090013927 A KR20090013927 A KR 20090013927A KR 1020070078083 A KR1020070078083 A KR 1020070078083A KR 20070078083 A KR20070078083 A KR 20070078083A KR 20090013927 A KR20090013927 A KR 20090013927A
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Abstract

A method for executing memo on a viewer screen of electronic book and an apparatus applied to the same are provided to facilitate managing memo like adhering a virtual memo paper to a target page and transfer the virtual memo paper freely by directly inputting memo by accompanying the virtual memo paper. A mode switching module(110) activates a memo window in an eBook viewer on-screen. A memo generation module(120) stores and determines the movement of coordinate in a memo execution layer of a memory and converts the shape of the result into image data and stores the image data in a memo file with decoding. A memo edit module(130) decodes the memo file and loads in a memo execution layer and re-forms the memo file based on memo editorial information. A control module(140) forms a memo file by displaying a memo window on the eBook viewer screen and performs a processing for matching and managing the memo file with the eBook viewer screen.

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METHOD FOR EXECUTING METHOD ON E-BOOK VIEWER AND APPARATUS APPLIED TO THE APPLICATION {METHOD FOR EXECUTING MEMO AT VIEWER SCREEN OF ELECTRONIC BOOK, APPARATUS APPLIED TO THE SAME}

The present invention relates to an e-book viewer terminal device, and more particularly, an e-book for attaching a virtual note to an e-book viewer screen displayed on a terminal screen by executing an e-book viewer application so that a user can directly input a memo. The present invention relates to a method of executing a memo on a book viewer screen and an apparatus applied thereto.

In recent years, the number of people using the Internet has increased exponentially with the establishment of information infrastructure and communication environment improvement, and it will continue to increase in the future.

In line with this trend, various commercial transactions are made possible through the Internet, and information can be provided. In addition to this network environment, various multimedia technologies are possible, and general books sold as paper books are also used as e-books. Is being distributed through.

An electronic book (e-Book) refers to a file published in digital form without the use of paper media for the content of knowledge and information. Such an e-book can be used to read tram books. It can be viewed through a PC equipped with a program or a dedicated portable terminal, and such a device is sometimes called an e-book. In other words, it can refer to all software and hardware media including contents in a broad sense.

Such e-books have become more common due to the spread of computers and the Internet, and almost all forms of documents such as books, notes, and books are replaced by e-books. In addition, e-books can be easily duplicated, distributed very quickly without geographical and time constraints over the network, can be perfectly preserved, and do not require large physical space for storage.

Due to these incomparable advantages over existing documents, the production and distribution of e-books is expected to expand.

However, e-books do not perform tasks that can be normally performed in existing books, which makes the user feel uncomfortable. Among them, the most uncomfortable one is the biggest obstacle in distributing e-books. Couldn't take notes on it.

Accordingly, the present invention has been made to solve the above problems, and an object of the present invention is to attach a virtual memo to the e-book viewer screen displayed on the terminal screen by executing the e-book viewer application to input a memo directly. The present invention provides a method for executing a memo on an e-book viewer screen and a device applied thereto.

E-book viewer terminal device according to the first aspect of the present invention for achieving the above object, by displaying the memo window activated by switching to the memo pop-up mode through the execution of the memo application by the user input control on the e-book viewer screen And converting the movement of the coordinates formed corresponding to the touch input in the memo window into image data, and forming and managing the image data into a memo file matching the predetermined coordinate information on the e-book viewer screen. It features.

Preferably, the e-book viewer terminal device is determined by storing a mode change module for activating the memo window on the e-book viewer screen and storing the movement of coordinates formed by touch input to the memo window in a memo execution layer of a memory. A memo generation module for converting the shape of the determined result into the image data and encoding the memo file and encoding the memo file; decoding the memo file and loading the memo file into the memo execution layer and editing the memo through user input control. The memo editing module for reforming the memo file based on the information, the e-book viewer application, and the memo application are executed through the mode switching module, respectively, to display the memo window on the e-book viewer screen to display the memo file. Form the note file and the e-book viewer It characterized in that it comprises a surface and a control module for executing the processing for managing the matching.

Preferably, the memo generating module includes a converter for converting the shape of the determined result into a set of lines connecting a point of a first coordinate and a point of a second coordinate to the image data. .

Preferably, the memo generation module is configured to form at least one memo file.

Preferably, the image data is characterized in that it comprises data in PNG (Portable Network Graphics) format.

Preferably, the memo editing module includes a file loader for decoding and outputting the memo file to the memo execution layer and overlapping and displaying the e-book viewer screen.

Preferably, the memo editing module includes change information formed by executing at least one of adjusting the size of the memo window, adding the memo window, deleting the memo window, and moving the position of the memo window to the memo edit information. It features.

Preferably, when the memo window is deactivated, the memo editing module is configured to perform shifting of the memo icon formed on the e-book viewer screen in response to the coordinate information included in the memo file to change the information. It further comprises in the memo edit information.

In addition, the memo execution method on the e-book viewer screen according to the second aspect of the present invention for achieving the above object, (A) the e-book viewer terminal device executes the e-book viewer application to display the e-book viewer screen (B) executing a memo application to switch to a memo popup mode while the ebook viewer application is running; (c) displaying a memo window that is activated in correspondence with the memo popup mode on the e-book viewer screen; (D) converting a movement of coordinates formed corresponding to a touch input in the memo window into image data, and (E) matching the image data with predetermined coordinate information on the e-book viewer screen. And forming and managing the memo file.

Preferably, the step (c) is characterized by overlapping the memo window on the e-book viewer screen with at least one display.

Preferably, the step (c) overlaps the memo window with the e-book viewer screen in an Alpha-Blend manner.

Preferably, the step (d) includes storing and determining a set of lines formed by movement of the coordinates in a memo execution layer of a memory, and converting the shape of the determined result into the image data.

Preferably, in the step (e), when the memo window is deactivated, a memo icon is formed on the e-book viewer screen corresponding to the coordinate information included in the memo file.

Preferably, the step (e) comprises: (e-1) setting the memo icon to a position movement standby mode through a touch input when the memo icon is to be moved; and (e-2) the electronic And changing the position of the memo icon by setting a touch on a moving target area on the book viewer screen.

Preferably, the step (e) comprises: (e-1) displaying the image data in the memo window activated by loading the memo file; and (e-2) performing a touch drag on the memo window. And enlarging or reducing the memo window.

Therefore, in the present invention, by attaching a virtual note paper to the e-book viewer screen displayed on the terminal screen by executing the e-book viewer application to allow the user to directly enter a memo, the e-book viewer application while the user is reading the e-book It is possible to execute the post-it memo application by simply executing the touch input without closing the virtual note paper, and the virtual memo paper can be freely moved anywhere on the screen of the e-book viewer, and the virtual memory paper is attached to the page. There is an advantage that can be easily managed as a note.

Hereinafter, a preferred embodiment of the e-book viewer terminal device 100 according to the present invention with reference to the accompanying drawings in detail as follows.

1 is a block diagram of an e-book viewer terminal device 100 according to an embodiment of the present invention. As shown in FIG. 1, the e-book viewer terminal 100 executes an e-book viewer application to display a e-book viewer screen on a terminal screen and executes a memo application according to an additional input of a user. Switching to the memo popup mode on the e-book viewer screen to activate a predetermined memo window, and the activated memo window is displayed on the e-book viewer screen to allow a user to input a touch and coordinates formed in response to the touch input. Is converted into image data (for example, Bitmap, jpg, png, etc.), and the converted image data is stored and managed as a memo file by matching with predetermined coordinate information set by the user on the e-book viewer screen. .

To this end, the e-book viewer terminal device 100 executes the memo application without ending the execution of the e-book viewer application and activates the memo window on the e-book viewer screen. Memo generation module 120 for temporarily storing the movement of the coordinates formed as an input in the memo execution layer (Layer) to determine, converting the shape of the determined result into image data to be stored in the memory as a memo file through the encoding process Decoding the memo file, loading it into a memo execution layer to form corresponding memo editing information through additional input control of the user, and rewriting and storing the memo file based on the memo editing information. 130, and the e-book viewer application and the memo application through the mode switching module 110, respectively. The control module 140 executes processing for displaying a memo window on the e-book viewer screen to form a memo file, and matching and managing the memo file with the corresponding e-book viewer screen.

FIG. 2 is a diagram illustrating a memo processing structure in the e-book viewer terminal 100 shown in FIG. 1. As shown in FIG. 2, after activating a memo window on an e-book viewer screen executed through the e-book viewer terminal device 100, the memo generation module 120 of the e-book viewer terminal device 100 is activated. And a converter 121 for converting the coordinates of the touch input executed in the memo window into a set of lines to be converted into image data.

In addition, the memo editing module 130 of the e-book viewer terminal device 100 extracts and decodes a memo file stored and managed in at least one memory and loads the memo execution layer into the memo execution layer, and then the e-book viewer It includes a file loader 131 for overlapping the screen and outputting the display.

Hereinafter, an operation process of the e-book viewer terminal device 100 according to the present invention will be described in detail with reference to the accompanying drawings.

3 is a diagram illustrating a process of generating a memo icon through the e-book viewer terminal 100 shown in FIG. 1 according to one embodiment. The e-book viewer terminal device 100 executes the e-book viewer application to load the e-book viewer screen on the terminal screen (S100), and executes the memo application by the user to activate the memo window (S110).

Thereafter, the user executes a predetermined memo input to the activated memo window by executing a touch input (S120), and generates a memo icon through the memo hide function (S130). Here, the memo icon may be arranged at the top of the screen when a specific position is not designated by the user on the e-book viewer screen.

4 is a diagram illustrating another example of generating a memo icon through the e-book viewer terminal 100 shown in FIG. 1. As shown in FIG. 4, the e-book viewer terminal 100 may activate at least one memo window on the e-book viewer screen by executing a memo application, which may be made through a notepad addition function (S200). ).

Thereafter, after the user's touch input to each memo window is executed, each memo icon may be generated (S210 and S220).

FIG. 5 is a diagram illustrating a process of forming a plurality of memo windows through the e-book viewer terminal 100 illustrated in FIG. 1. As shown in FIG. 5, the e-book viewer terminal 100 may activate each memo window by overlapping the e-book viewer screen through a notepad addition function, and each memo window additionally formed is a previous memo. Overlapping on the window is formed (S300 to S340).

6 is a diagram illustrating an example of a process of moving a memo icon through the e-book viewer terminal 100 shown in FIG. 1. As shown in FIG. 6, the e-book viewer terminal 100 forms a memo icon for a predetermined memo window (S400 and S410), and further moves a position after executing selection through a touch input for the memo icon. When the touch is executed by designating a desired position, the memo icon is moved (S420 and S430). Subsequently, when the moved memo icon is activated, the corresponding memo window is activated to check the previously inputted content at the position moved point (S440).

FIG. 7 is a diagram illustrating an example of deleting a memo window through the e-book viewer terminal 100 shown in FIG. 1. Referring to FIG. As shown in FIG. 7, the e-book viewer terminal 100 activates a corresponding memo window to delete a preset memo through a memo delete function (S500 and S510).

8 is a diagram illustrating a process of enlarging or reducing a memo window through the e-book viewer terminal 100 shown in FIG. 1 according to an embodiment. As shown in FIG. 8, the e-book viewer terminal 100 has a function of enlarging or reducing the activated memo window, which is enlarged or reduced by executing a touch drag on the memo window by the user. It is possible (S600 to S640).

Although the above has been described with reference to a preferred embodiment of the present invention, those skilled in the art will be variously modified and changed within the scope of the invention without departing from the spirit and scope of the invention described in the claims below. I can understand that you can.

In addition, the present invention is to implement a device for enabling a user to directly enter a note by attaching a virtual note to the e-book viewer screen displayed on the terminal screen by executing the e-book viewer application, commercial or business Not only is the possibility of being sufficient but also practically evident to the extent that the invention has industrial applicability.

1 is a block diagram of an e-book viewer terminal device according to an embodiment of the present invention;

FIG. 2 is a diagram illustrating a memo processing structure in the e-book viewer terminal device shown in FIG. 1;

3 is a diagram illustrating an example of a process of generating a memo icon through the e-book viewer terminal shown in FIG. 1;

FIG. 4 is a diagram illustrating another example of generating a memo icon through the e-book viewer terminal shown in FIG. 1;

FIG. 5 illustrates a process of forming a plurality of memo windows through the e-book viewer terminal shown in FIG. 1;

FIG. 6 is a diagram illustrating a process of moving a memo icon through an e-book viewer terminal shown in FIG. 1 according to one embodiment;

7 is a view illustrating an example of a process of deleting a memo window through the e-book viewer terminal device illustrated in FIG. 1;

8 is a diagram illustrating an example of expanding or contracting a memo window through the e-book viewer terminal shown in FIG. 1.

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100: e-book viewer terminal 110: mode switching module

120: memo generation module 121: converter

130: memo editing module 131: file loader

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  1. An e-book viewer terminal for displaying an e-book viewer screen by executing an e-book viewer application,
    A memo window is displayed on the e-book viewer screen by switching to a memo pop-up mode through execution of a memo application due to user input control, and image data is displayed for movement of coordinates formed in response to a touch input in the memo window. And converting the image data into a memo file matching the predetermined coordinate information on the e-book viewer screen, and managing the image data.
  2. The apparatus of claim 1, wherein the e-book viewer terminal device
    A mode switching module for activating the memo window on the e-book viewer screen;
    A memo generation module for storing the coordinate movement formed by touch input into the memo window in a memo execution layer of a memory and determining the result; converting the shape of the determined result into the image data and storing the encoded data in the memo file;
    A memo editing module for decoding the memo file and loading the memo file on the memo execution layer and reforming the memo file based on memo editing information formed through user input control; And
    Run the e-book viewer application and the memo application through the mode switching module to display the memo window on the e-book viewer screen to form the memo file, and match the memo file with the e-book viewer screen. E-book viewer terminal device comprising a control module for executing processing for managing.
  3. The method of claim 2, wherein the memo generation module
    And a converter for converting the shape of the result of the determination into a set of lines connecting the points of the first coordinates and the points of the second coordinates to the image data.
  4. The method of claim 2, wherein the memo generation module
    E-book viewer terminal device characterized in that for forming at least one memo file.
  5. The method of claim 2, wherein the image data
    An e-book viewer terminal device including data in PNG (Portable Network Graphics) format.
  6. The method of claim 2, wherein the memo editing module
    And a file loader for decoding and outputting the memo file to the memo execution layer and overlapping and displaying the e-book viewer screen.
  7. The method of claim 2, wherein the memo editing module
    E-book viewer terminal device, characterized in that for changing the size of the memo window, adding the memo window, deleting the memo window, and moving the position of the memo window in the memo edit information.
  8. The method of claim 7, wherein the memo editing module
    When the memo window is deactivated, the memo editing information further includes variation information formed by executing a position shift of a memo icon formed on the e-book viewer screen corresponding to the coordinate information included in the memo file. E-book viewer terminal device characterized in that.
  9. (A) displaying, by the e-book viewer terminal device, an e-book viewer application to display an e-book viewer screen;
    (B) executing a memo application while the e-book viewer application is running and switching to a memo popup mode;
    (C) overlapping the memo window activated on the memo popup mode on the e-book viewer screen;
    (D) converting a movement of coordinates formed corresponding to a touch input in the memo window into image data; And
    (E) forming and managing the image data into a memo file matching the predetermined coordinate information of the e-book viewer screen, and managing the memo on the e-book viewer screen.
  10. The method of claim 9, wherein the step (c)
    And displaying at least one memo window on the e-book viewer screen so as to overlap the memo window.
  11. The method of claim 10, wherein the step (c)
    Memo execution method on the e-book viewer screen, characterized in that the memo window overlaps the e-book viewer screen in the Alpha-Blend method.
  12. The method of claim 9, wherein the step (d)
    And storing the set of lines formed by the movement of the coordinates in a memo execution layer of a memory, and converting the shape of the determined result into the image data.
  13. The method of claim 9, wherein step (e)
    When the memo window is deactivated, a memo icon is formed on the e-book viewer screen corresponding to the coordinate information included in the memo file.
  14. The method of claim 13, wherein step (e)
    (E-1) when the memo icon is to be moved, setting the memo icon to a position movement standby mode through a touch input; And
    (E-2) changing the position of the memo icon by setting a touch on a moving target area on the e-book viewer screen.
  15. The method of claim 13, wherein step (e)
    (E-1) displaying the image data in the memo window activated by loading the memo file; And
    (E-2) executing a memo enlargement or reduction on the memo window by performing a touch drag operation on the memo window.
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