KR20140071630A - The system for giving information by stages - Google Patents

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KR20140071630A
KR20140071630A KR1020120139417A KR20120139417A KR20140071630A KR 20140071630 A KR20140071630 A KR 20140071630A KR 1020120139417 A KR1020120139417 A KR 1020120139417A KR 20120139417 A KR20120139417 A KR 20120139417A KR 20140071630 A KR20140071630 A KR 20140071630A
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Abstract

The present invention relates to a phased information providing system. When an operation command for distinguishing the phases is input on a display and delivered to a terminal control unit, the control unit displays predetermined information phases on the screen of the display. The number of phases is a limited number N larger than two. The information corresponding to the phases of the operation command is displayed on the display screen. At least one among the phases includes connecting to an internet website. The present invention provides phased information to effectively display the information related to the information displayed on the current screen on the display screen without needing to receive a screen switching command for multiple times.

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BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION 1. Field of the Invention [
The present invention relates to a system in which information is provided step by step, commands are manipulated on a display through various input devices, and contents of information are provided step by step according to the manipulation.
A touch screen or a touch panel detects a touched position by directly touching a character or a specific position displayed on a screen (screen) with a finger or an arbitrary operating means without using a keyboard, and processes the touched position through the stored software Quot; user interface " For example, the touch panel includes a resistive overlay, a surface acoustic wave, a capacitive overlay, and an infrared beam.
In addition, since the touch input device of various types can perform a desired operation command directly on the display, it is actually used as an input unit for a personal portable terminal (smart phone, PDA, MP3, mobile phone, etc.) or a tablet PC.
However, since the display of the current terminal has a lot of information interrelated, a specific method for effectively displaying another information associated with the information currently displayed on the display has not been proposed yet. In other words, currently, only the information displayed on the current screen is clicked through, and when the information displayed on the current screen has more than one level, this is not effectively connected.
That is, as in the conventional US Pat. No. 6,639,584, there is a patent technology regarding a method of moving a control command on a display screen, but a control command is inputted on the display to control the degree of detail in which information is displayed, There is no specific method for controlling the amount of the water.
It is an object of the present invention to provide a system for displaying or providing contents of information step by step or connecting other information according to the state of an operation command inputted on a display.
The above object is achieved by a step-by-step information providing system for displaying a step of predetermined information on a display screen by inputting an operation command for distinguishing a step on a display and transmitting the command to a terminal controller,
The step is performed by a limited number N of at least two steps, and information corresponding to the step of the operation command is displayed on the display screen, and at least one step during the step includes connecting the internet site.
The information displayed on the terminal display is information stored in the terminal memory, and the information displayed on the terminal display is information stored in the database of the server.
Also, the information displayed on the terminal display is information stored in other Internet sites.
The above object is achieved by a step-by-step information providing system for displaying a step of predetermined information on a display screen by inputting an operation command for distinguishing a step on a display and transmitting the command to a terminal controller,
The step is performed by a limited number N of at least two steps, and information corresponding to the step of the operation command is displayed on the display screen, and at least one step during the step includes connecting the internet site.
The information displayed on the terminal display is information stored in the terminal memory, and the information displayed on the terminal display is information stored in the database of the server.
Also, the information displayed on the terminal display is information stored in other Internet sites.
1 is a diagram illustrating a configuration of a terminal connected to a server through a wired / wireless Internet.
2 is a block diagram showing the server in more detail.
3 is a block diagram of a terminal.
4 is a view simply showing the input device.
5 is a diagram of an embodiment for performing an operation command through an input device.
FIG. 6 is a diagram illustrating a method of performing an operation command in steps.
7 is a diagram of another embodiment of an operation command via an input device.
Figures 8 and 9 are views of the embodiment of Figure 7;
Figures 10 and 11 are views of embodiments in which the screen is converted.
12 to 14 are flowcharts showing the procedure of the present invention.
Figures 15-17 are views of another embodiment that facilitate manipulation instructions.
18 is a flowchart for performing an operation command by a guide line.
19 is a diagram of another embodiment of a step-by-step input method.
Figs. 20 to 28 are views of embodiments in which the size of the selection object is changed. Fig.
FIGS. 29 and 30 are views of embodiments in which the content and size of information are not stepwise.
FIG. 31 is a view of an embodiment in which a size change is performed together with a stepwise operation command and a stepwise operation command in which the size does not change.
32-37 are views of an embodiment of the display of advertisements on a portable mobile.
Hereinafter, embodiments of the present invention will be described in detail with reference to the accompanying drawings. The configuration of the present invention and the operation and effect thereof will be clearly understood through the following detailed description.
Further, a detailed description of the known technology may be omitted.
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1 is a diagram illustrating a configuration of a terminal connected to a server through a wired / wireless Internet.
The server 100 in the communication system constitutes a system for operating various information providing services through the wired and wireless Internet. An input unit 103 for inputting and managing information by an administrator or operators of the server 100, an output unit 105 for outputting or displaying information, a database unit 104 for storing various information and information on service operations, And an interface unit 102 capable of transmitting and receiving data to and from an accessory via the Internet or a communication network. On the other hand, the information means all information such as an image, a moving picture, and a text.
The terminal (or computer) 110 is a terminal capable of transmitting and receiving various information through wired / wireless Internet (or communication network).
Therefore, the terminal 110 is provided with a CPU 20 serving as a central processing unit, a display unit 30 for displaying motion pictures, a memory unit 21 for storing various information, an input device 28 for inputting information, And a data input / output unit 10 capable of inputting / outputting information or data.
2 is a block diagram showing the server in more detail.
The server 100 includes a control unit 101. The control unit 101 includes a data retrieval unit 111 for retrieving data, a data processing unit 112 and a site operation unit for managing and operating Internet users or Internet members 113).
The database 14 further includes an operation database 141 in which information related to site operation is stored, an information database 142 in which data corresponding to each information code is stored, and a plurality of pieces of information And a database 143.
Meanwhile, in the control unit 101 of the server 100, the site management unit 113 determines information about the connected party, whether to join the membership, information on the content usage, etc. In the data searching unit 111, Through the data base 14, and the data processing unit 112 transmits the retrieved data to the connected user through the interface.
Of course, the description of the block diagram of FIG. 1 is merely an example, and it is a matter of course that the server of the present invention is not necessarily targeted to a member accessory but all users who want to provide information. That is, the server of the present invention provides and controls information displayed on a display of a terminal connected through a wired / wireless Internet or a communication network.
3 is a block diagram of a terminal.
In the drawing, the central processing unit 20 is control means for controlling the overall operation of the portable display device used in the embodiment of the present invention. The ROM 21 controls the execution program of the display device, the RAM 22 stores data generated during the execution of the program, and the EEPROM 23 is used for processing the data required by the user and for processing the data Keep the necessary data.
The R / F unit 24 is a radio frequency, tunes to an RF channel, amplifies an input voice signal, and converts an RF signal received from the antenna into an intermediate frequency signal. The input / output unit 10 includes various input devices 28, a numeric key, a menu key, and a selection key, and includes a speaker and the like.
There is a display driving circuit 25 for driving the display by the output of the central processing unit 20 and a display 30 for displaying information on the screen in accordance with the output signal of the driving circuit.
In addition, the central processing unit controls the input device 28 through the display 30 driving unit 27.
Meanwhile, although the terminal is taken as an example of the present invention, it can be said that the control of the central processing unit, the input device 28, and all the devices using the flat panel display device correspond to the algorithm of the present invention.
4 is a view simply showing the input device.
(A) and (B) show a cross-sectional view of the input device, in which (A) and (B) show a capacitive method.
That is, in FIG. 2A, an electrode plate 29a coated with a transparent electrode is provided under the protective plate 28a, and the electrode plate 29a is formed of one or two sheets of transparent electrode coated films .
2B, two films 29a and 29b coated with a transparent electrode are provided on the protective plate 28a so as to face each other while maintaining a predetermined gap therebetween. The input device 28 And an outer protective plate (or a transparent plate) 28b may be further provided on the upper side. The protective plate 28b is coated with a desired pattern.
4 shows an example of a commonly used input device 28. However, the present invention is not an invention for the input device 28, but rather an input device 28 for inputting information on the display It is used in the invention. Therefore, in the present invention, any input device capable of inputting information on the display can be applied to the system of the present invention.
At this time, above the display means that information can be input without applying pressure to the display surface or contacting the display.
5 is a diagram of an embodiment for performing an operation command through an input device.
In general, the input on the display 30 through the input device is input using a small bar or a finger directly, and Figure 5 is a drawing of an embodiment using a finger.
Such as enlarging or reducing the image displayed on the display, is input to the top of the display on which information is displayed via the input device 28. [
That is, by using two fingers as shown in the drawing, it is possible to execute an operation command in such a manner that the distance between the two fingers can be reduced or increased.
FIG. 6 is a diagram illustrating a method of performing an operation command in steps.
Two fingers (or two bars) define two points, a movement distance in which the point moves, and an operation command to recognize the command at each step. Then, the screen corresponding to each of the operation-instructed steps is switched. The step is a finite number N of at least two steps. It is not good if there are too many, so 10 or 5 steps are suitable.
Stepwise operation command guide lines 50 and 51 are displayed on the screen.
For example, if two points are approaching 10mm or farther away, the current step is 1 step, 20mm is getting closer or farther, it is 2 steps in current step, 40mm is getting closer or farther, it is 4 steps in current step.
Using a finger or bar, you can select two points and then command them to move closer or further away. Each step is displayed on the operation command guide lines 50 and 51 as a scale. In this case, (A) is an embodiment in which two points move closer to each other, and steps are set according to the moving distance from the first step 50a to the fifth step 50e. (B) is an example in which the two points move away from each other, and steps from 51a to 51e are defined.
Of course, the two input points can be displayed on the display screen without being distant from each other (the example of Fig. (A)) or the distances away from each other (Fig. In this case, the arrows 50 and 51 indicating the step are deleted.
The contents 50a-1, 50b-1, 50c-1, 50d-1, and 50e-1 corresponding to the respective steps may be further displayed on the display 30 screen.
An example of this is as follows.
As a first example, as shown in (A), the content of information can be divided into five steps, each of which is a summary step in a detailed step. In other words, when displaying the content of Goguryeo Gwanggaeto the Great King, the fifth step (50e) displays the contents in a very simple manner with a point, an outline, or a title, and gradually elaborates the contents in four steps (50d) The third step 50c and the second step 50b, and the step of displaying the most detailed information may be referred to as a first step 50a.
In the fifth step 50e, it is possible to execute an operation command through the input device 28 so that the distance between the two points becomes closer to each other. At this time. The information of the fourth step 50d or the third step 50c may be displayed in one step or two steps, and the information of the first step 50a may be displayed in four steps by an operation command.
In order to provide the convenience of the operation command, the content of each step information can be displayed on the display 3 screen.
In other words. In the drawing, " 50b-1 "may be referred to as" second detailed information of Gwanggaeto Kingdom ", and similarly, " 50e-1 ", it can be displayed as "brief summary information of Gwanggaeto Kingdom ".
Then, the operation commander is moved by the distance displayed on the screen through the input device 28 so that desired information is displayed, and the screen is switched so that information corresponding to the moved distance is displayed on the screen.
Likewise, the embodiment shown in FIG. 5B can be performed similarly to FIG. Only the direction of the operation command through the input device 28 is reversed. 50a corresponds to 51a and 50e corresponds to 51e, respectively, and 50a-1 corresponds to 51a-1 and 50e-1 corresponds to 51e-1, respectively. can do.
It is not necessary that each step corresponds to the degree of detailed description of the information.
For example, if the first step 50a, 51a is a mobile phone image, the second step 50b, 51b is the specification of each part, the third step 50c, 51c is price information, (Or mobile-use video information) 50d (51d), and the fifth step 50e (51e) can be a site connection for purchasing a mobile phone.
The words " mobile phone image or picture "are displayed in" 50a-1 "and " 51a-1" Quot; 50d-1 "and" 51d-1 ", the " price information " Quot ;, and the word " 50e-1 "and" 51e-1 "
Of course, when displaying the description of the step, it is of course possible to display the image, the homepage address, the emblem logo, etc., not necessarily the words as described above. That is, in the present invention, what each stage means can be displayed as a word or an image. Then, when an operation command to move through the input device 28 is displayed, a desired screen is displayed.
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7 is a diagram of another embodiment of an operation command via an input device.
Information corresponding to each step is displayed on the screen by inputting one point by using one finger or one bar, dividing the moving distance of the input point into steps, and recognizing the operation command differently according to each step .
FIG. 7A shows an embodiment in which the distance traveled by one point is divided into steps, and FIG. 7B shows an embodiment in which the moving angle is divided into steps. For example, in (A), it can be set to 1 step by moving 10 mm, and to 4 steps when moving 40 mm. If it moves upward, it is determined that it has moved from the first step to the fifth step, and if it moves downward, it can be determined that it moves toward the first step from the fifth step.
In (B), if it moves 80 degrees, it moves to 1 step. If it moves 320 degrees, it can move to 4th step. In the case of the clockwise direction, it can be determined that it has moved in the direction from the first step to the fifth step.
Figures 8 and 9 are views of the embodiment of Figure 7;
Fig. 8 shows an embodiment of Fig. 7 (A). That is, the distance traveled can be divided into steps and the characteristics of the information for each step (information contents) can be displayed on the screen.
Fig. 9 is an embodiment of Fig. 7 (B). That is, the angle of movement can be divided into steps and the characteristic (information content) of information about each step can be displayed on the screen.
10 is a diagram of an embodiment in which a screen is converted.
10 is a diagram of an embodiment when the detailed degree of information is divided into steps. If the left side of the drawing shows the detailed information in the first stage, the screen display can be switched to another stage on the left side by the operation command described in the previous embodiment.
For example, when a two-step operation command is executed, the contents on the left screen are displayed on the screen of the display 30 in detail in three steps.
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FIG. 11 is a diagram of an embodiment that distinguishes steps of information. FIG.
11 is a view showing an embodiment in which only the screen 31 divided in the entire screen is converted through an operation command without the full screen being converted by an operation command through the input device 28. [
That is, a mobile phone image exists in the divided screen 31, a divided screen 31 is selected, an operation command is inputted through the input device 28, and a divided screen .
That is, when the divided screen is in the first stage and the two-stage operation command is executed here, the divided screen is changed and the third stage is displayed.
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12 to 14 are flowcharts showing the procedure of the present invention.
That is, it is a flowchart of another embodiment showing a stepwise method of providing learning contents. That is, it is premised to recognize an operation command through the input device 28 as in the previous embodiment. 12 to 14 are algorithms for performing screen conversion according to recognized steps.
At this time, the algorithm function may be performed by the control unit 101 of the server 100 or may be performed by the control unit 20 of the terminal.
In the case where the control unit 101 of the server 100 and the data base perform the function of controlling the information to be displayed through the display 30 of the terminal 110, In this case, it is premised that the terminal 110 is connected to the server via the wired / wireless Internet or the communication network. That is, when the step of the operation command is inputted through the input device 28 of the terminal 110, the input information is transmitted to the server through the communication network, and the server transmits new information corresponding to the step of the operation command to the terminal , The terminal displays the transmitted new information on the display 30 screen.
However, in the flowchart of this algorithm, the method of wired / wireless communication between the terminal and the server is omitted. The terminal inputs an operation command and the inputted operation command is transmitted to the server, and the server sends new information corresponding to the operation command to the terminal. In the present invention, the conventional communication method is used. That is, the present invention uses all the conventional wired / wireless communication methods and is not an invention for improving the communication method.
It is also possible to display the information corresponding to the input of the operation command on the display screen by using the control unit 20 and the memories 21, 22, and 23 of the terminal itself without going through the server.
It is a matter of course that the connection of the server or the algorithm execution in the terminal itself can be determined according to the kind of the program and information respectively. And this can be set programmatically or at the user's option.
In addition, in order to switch the screen to correspond to the step of the operation command, information corresponding to the operation command must be stored in the database of the server or the memory of the terminal.
For example, if the birth of Gwanggateo Dae-wang is defined as a single unit of content, the information is related to the birth of Gwanggaeto Dae-wang, and the information is classified into five stages (when the stage is divided into five stages) according to the degree of detail.
That is, if the content storage information of the "Gwanghwago Daehangbyeongbyeon" is "HiKaKi001", the most detailed information stored in the HiKaKi00101, the HiKaKi001-02, and the HiKaKi001-5 . When the step is selected, the information corresponding to the selected step is displayed on the display screen by the operation command for selecting the step.
One information is divided into steps, each step is connected and stored, and the terminal control unit (or the control unit of the server) displays information connected to each other on the display.
In addition, each step does not necessarily have to be classified according to the degree of detail of the information, but may include an image related to certain information, a site link, and the like. That is, at least one of the steps is to connect the Internet site.
In addition, each step may be a single sentence or a plurality of sentences.
Referring to FIG. 12, a screen conversion command is input (S102). In the present invention, the screen conversion command means that the user performs a screen switching selection to perform a stepwise operation command. That is, it is not a necessary command step for implementing the present invention.
First, an operation command (an operation command for distinguishing a step) through the input device is performed (S104)
Then, it is determined whether the current step is the first step (S106). If the step is not the first step, the process of step S130 is performed.
Then, the direction of the input device step is determined. That is, it is judged whether the distance of the finger is getting closer or closer, whether the moving distance is + or -, or whether the angle is clockwise or counterclockwise.
The step is defined as moving from step 1 to step K.
It is determined whether or not the movement in the first-step direction is performed (S108)
If it is the direction of the first step movement, the current screen step is displayed as it is (S110)
And, if it is not the direction of the first step movement, it is assumed as follows.
If the information input step is from step 1 to step K, the lowest step is step 1 and the highest step is step K. At this time, it is assumed that the step input through the input device is a step J (S112)
If "1 + J
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K ", the screen of the K step is displayed. Otherwise, the screen of the step "1 + J" is displayed. (Steps S114-S118)
13 is a flowchart showing a case where the current screen display step is not one step.
If the direction of the input device is the one-step direction, it is connected to the step "S150 ".
If it is not the first step, it is assumed that the current screen display step is N steps. Naturally, the screen display step is divided into steps 1 to K, with the lowest step being the first step and the highest step being the K step. At this time, it is assumed that the step input through the input device is a step J (S132)
If "N + J
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K ", the screen of the step K is displayed. Otherwise, the screen of the step "N + J" is displayed (step S134-S138)
Fig. 14 is a flowchart when the direction of the input device is the first-step direction in the step 130 of Fig.
Similarly, it is assumed that the current screen display step is N steps. Naturally, the screen display step is divided into steps 1 to K, with the lowest step being the first step and the highest step being the K step. At this time, it can be assumed that the step input through the input device is a step J (S150)
If "N - J
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1 ", the screen of step 1 is displayed. Otherwise, the screen of step "N-J" is displayed (step S152-S158)
12 to 14 is applied to the embodiment of Figs. 6 to 11, which is the previous embodiment, the K stage in the flowchart is 5 stages in the previous embodiment. 6A is an example in which an operation command is performed in the first-stage direction, and FIG. 6B is an example in which an operation command is performed in the K-step direction. 7, if one direction of the rotation direction or the up-and-down movement direction is set to the one-step direction, the other direction becomes the K-step.
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Figures 15-17 are views of another embodiment that facilitate manipulation instructions.
An operation command guide line 51 is displayed on the screen of the display 30 when the screen conversion command 30a is selected and the operation command is executed on the display 30
Each step ("51a" to "51e") is displayed on the operation command guide line 51 as a scale, and can be moved by the indicated scale, so that an effective stepwise operation command can be performed. In other words, if you want to move only the 2nd step, you only need to move the 2nd step scale from the scale displayed on the screen.
In addition, contents or information about information corresponding to each step are displayed. That is, information display windows (51a-1 to 51e-1) are displayed in association with the respective steps, and each information display window (51a-1 to 51e-1) The contents of the information are displayed as letters, images or connection sites. Here, the content of the information can be displayed on the current display window, for example, such as "the most detailed information display step of Gwanggaeto Kingdom ".
The display window indicating the current step can be distinguished from other display windows (can be distinguished by various methods such as color or darkness) and displayed on the screen so that the operation command for specifying the step can be easily performed.
The guiding line 51 is displayed and the display window showing the current state (if the current step is the first step, it is the display window of "51a-1") is displayed darker than the other display windows .
And, if the third step is moved, similarly, the moved display window (the present one is the first step and the fourth step is the "51d-1" display window if the third step is moved) can be displayed darker than the other display windows.
Also, when moving the step in the opposite direction, the current display window and the display window to be moved can be distinguished from each other and displayed on the screen.
16 and 17 are operation commands on the divided screen. That is, when a screen conversion command 30a is selected (a portion 30a in which a screen conversion command is displayed on the screen is selected) and an operation command for displaying a step is input, a guide line 51 appears, 51a "to" 51e-1 "indicating the graduations are displayed on the display window 51, and display windows (" 51a-1 "to 51e-1" Is displayed.
FIG. 16 is a view showing the current information on the divided screen 31, and FIG. 17 is a view showing information corresponding to the moved step in the divided screen after moving the step 3. The current display window 51a-1 and the moved display window 51d-1 are displayed more darkly than the other display windows.
Contents such as "mobile phone image" are displayed on the current display window 51a-1 and contents such as "mobile phone specification" can be displayed on the moved display window 51d-1.
If the fifth step is connected to another home shopping site, the message "000 site connection" may be displayed in the fifth step display window 51e-1. Then, if step 5 is selected, the connection with the designated site is made and the next step can be performed on the connected site.
In other words, if it is connected to a home shopping site, it is possible to conduct an action such as purchasing goods at a connected site, and to proceed with payment. In the case of connecting to a home shopping, it is natural that a normal home shopping function and a payment function can be performed in connection with the present invention.
And, examples of steps in the present invention may be various. You can distinguish steps by physical appearance such as vehicle exterior, vehicle parts, interior parts of parts, etc. You can distinguish steps by difficult phrases or easy phrases, or you can distinguish steps by difficulty level . Also, some of the steps may link to other servers or sites.
18 is a flowchart for performing an operation command by a guide line.
The guide lines 50 and 51 are displayed on the screen and the guide lines 50 and 51 are displayed on the scale in order to facilitate the operation of the operation command. Is an example of this.
After the start command, the user inputs a screen conversion command (S164), and then performs an operation command for distinguishing the steps through the input device (S166)
Typically, when an instruction is executed through an input device, a specific portion is selected or the image size is enlarged or reduced. Therefore, in order to execute the operation command for discriminating the step, unlike the operation of the general general input device function, the start of the operation command for distinguishing the step should be selected.
This selection function is a screen conversion command ("30a" in Fig. 6). Of course, the screen switching command is not limited to the embodiment of the present invention. It is a matter of course that a screen change command can be made through various commands such as a certain time click operation, a special movement operation, a separate menu display on the screen, or a specific button keyboard, button key, voice command,
Then, an operation command is executed through the input device (S166)
If the terminal itself performs a control function to display information corresponding to the step of the operation command on the screen, the terminal control unit displays the guide lines 50 and 51 with the step on the display screen.
At this time, the method displayed on the screen is not limited to the shape of the guide lines 50 and 51 shown in the embodiment of the present invention. It's just a matter of design geometry, and the idea is that the steps can be displayed on the screen.
And, the most ideal method is to move the scale shown on the guide line (the scale that distinguishes the step and the step). The display window (for example, (50a-1), (51a-1) to (50e-1) and (51e-1)) described in the previous embodiment is also displayed. At this time. A display window indicating a current step and a display window to be moved through an operation command are displayed separately. (It is a matter of course that various methods such as color, darkness, blinking and the like can be used for displaying separately.)
On the other hand, if the control unit of the server is connected to the server and controls the content displayed on the display of the terminal, the command of the input device is transmitted to the server, and the server transmits the information data to be displayed on the display of the terminal. S168 - S174)
Then, the side lines and the display windows displayed on the display are similarly displayed.
In addition, if the selected step is not connected to another internet site, a screen corresponding to the operation command is displayed on the display (S176 - S178)
However, if the selected step is associated with another Internet site, the display will display the information of the connected Internet site. Then, various functions are performed in the connected sites (S180 - S182).
Performing various functions on the connected Internet site means all the functions that can be performed on the actual Internet. For example, it can be linked to a regular payment system to select and pay for a product.
Then, the function can be terminated by a termination command. (184)
On the other hand, as described above, when an operation command for distinguishing a step is performed, information displayed may vary when information corresponding to the operation command is displayed on the terminal display. That is, information stored in the memory of the terminal, information stored in the server's database, or information stored in other Internet sites.
Example 6 -
19 is a diagram of another embodiment of a step-by-step input method.
It is an object of the present invention to provide a method for easily displaying another information related to information displayed in the present state due to diversification of information in the present.
Thus, in performing an operation command that distinguishes a step through an input device, it is possible to provide yet another embodiment. It is needless to say that the embodiment of Fig. 19 can be performed in accordance with the flowchart of Fig. 18, and it is obvious that the embodiment of Fig. 19 can be implemented in accordance with the steps of the previous embodiment. That is, it is natural that a display window is displayed and a step corresponding to the current step and the operation command in the display window can be distinguished.
5A and 5B illustrate that guide lines 50 and 51 may be displayed on the screen of the display 30 in which graduations 50a, 50b, 50c, 50d and 50e are displayed. Each graduation is a respective step, at which time the actual distance "L" between the scale and the scale displayed on the display 30 can actually correspond to the travel distance of the operation command. For example, if the actual distance "L" displayed on the display is 10 mm, moving by 10 mm through the input device results in one stage of movement, and moving by 20 mm results in two moves.
Therefore, since the user moves by the scale of the guide lines 50 and 51 displayed on the display 10, it is convenient to perform an operation command to distinguish the steps.
In addition, (B) and (50a), (50b), (50c), (50d) and (50e) may be displayed differently on the display 30. That is, it is not necessarily the guide line, and the shape or shape capable of distinguishing the steps can be displayed on the display 30, so that the input method of the present invention for discriminating the steps can be provided.
At this time, in performing the operation command for distinguishing the steps, although the object can be achieved by moving the distance corresponding to the step through the input device, it is possible to perform the operation command for distinguishing the steps by selecting a desired step Of course.
That is, when the current state is the first step 50a in step (B), and the information of the fifth step is displayed on the screen, the bar 55 corresponding to the fifth step 50e may be selected. In other words, the information corresponding to the selected step is displayed on the screen of the display 30 only by selecting the bar 55 corresponding to the desired step, rather than moving the desired step.
On the other hand, (C) is an embodiment showing steps in the form of another shape. Each step 50a, 50b, 50c, 50d and 50e is in the form of a box, and the selected information is displayed on the display 30 by selecting the display box 56 at a desired stage .
That is, information corresponding to the selected step is displayed on the display by selecting the step displayed on the display without moving the distance corresponding to the step through the input device.
The shape representing the step is not necessarily limited to the shape of the embodiment of the present invention. It is natural to be able to display steps in various shapes,
Example 7 -
Figs. 20 to 28 are views of embodiments in which the size of the selection object is changed. Fig.
20 shows that when the object is selected, the size of the object also changes, and the phase of the information also changes. It is assumed that the selection object 32 occupies only a part of the screen of the display 30. If the object is not pre-programmed so that the object can be stepwise manipulated, various manipulations such as selection of a stepwise manipulation command (a menu displayed on the screen or a special pattern through an input device such as a question mark or a button) It is possible.)
If the selection object 32 is capable of an operation command, it executes a stepwise operation command through the input device on the display as in the previous embodiment. Then, the selection object 32 is changed in size by the operation command.
FIG. 21 shows that there is an optional degree step as there is an information indicating step. In the drawings, three steps are shown for the sake of convenience, but it is natural that it can be divided into further subdivided steps.
As shown in the figure, the selection object 32 also has information on the step corresponding to the step of the selection object 32a whose size is changed and whose size is changed.
20 and 21 show an embodiment in which the size of the object 32 changes only in the upper and lower directions, but it is natural that the size can be changed only in the right and left directions in the same manner.
FIGS. 22 and 23 are views showing an embodiment in which the size of the selection object 32 is changed vertically and horizontally.
As shown in the figure, when a stepwise manipulation command for changing the size after selecting the selection object 32 is executed, the selection object 32 is changed to the selected selection object 32a whose size is changed. At this time, As shown in the figure, the object 32 is changed in size vertically, horizontally, and vertically. In other words, the size of the selection object 32 becomes smaller or larger overall.
Although there is a size step even if the size is increased or decreased as a whole, FIG. 23 shows that the size of the embodiment is three stages for the sake of convenience. However, the size can be further subdivided. The information for each size is displayed on the display.
24 is a view of an embodiment in which information is stored. That is, if the step of size is divided into N steps, information corresponding to each size is also stored. For example, The selection target is displayed on the display in the size of type 2, and the information to be displayed is also displayed in accordance with the type 2 information.
The displayed information is not necessarily a text file, but an image file 32c or a movie file may also exist. It is a matter of course that link information 31d linked to another site can also be displayed by clicking on the corresponding area.
At this time, the link information indicates that information about sites to be connected is also stored.
25 is a view showing still another embodiment. That is, the size of the selection object 32 is not a step, and only the information to be displayed is a step.
Figure (A) is the embodiment of Figure 23. That is, the size of the selection object 32 is stepwise. However, (B) and (C) show that the size of the selection target is not stepwise but only the displayed information is stepwise.
That is, the left side of the diagram (B) shows the second stage, and the right side of the diagram (C) shows the third stage. If the size of the right side 32a 'of the figure (B) is close to the second stage, the information of the second stage is also displayed on the right side 32a' of the figure (B) Is close to the third step, information on the third step is displayed on the left side 32a 'of the screen (C)
Therefore, the size of the selection target 32 is not stepwise, and only the information displayed on the selection target is stepwise. For example, if the size of the selected object is Type 2, the information type 2 is also stored. However, when displayed on the screen of the display 30, the size of the selection target is not stepwise.
Therefore, if the size of the changed selection object 32a (32a ') displayed on the screen of the display 30 is close to the type 2, the information of type 2 is displayed.
26 and 27 are flowcharts.
Executing the next program or displaying the screen, which is started in Fig. 26, means that a specified application program capable of operating instructions is executed or a screen is selectively displayed.
At this time, the database 104 or the terminal memory unit 21 stores information necessary for the above-described execution process or the above-described execution, and the control unit 101 or the CPU 20 executes the information.
If it is not possible to execute the stepwise operation command, the stepwise operation command should be executable (S194-S196)
When a stepwise operation command is executable, if a stepwise operation command is executed through the input device 28 after selecting the selection object 32 on the screen, the selection object 32a 'and the selection object 32a' (S198-S200). Then, the execution can be terminated by the end instruction. (202)
At this time, when performing the stepwise operation command execution, it can be performed only within the terminal 110. In this case, when the operator performs the stepwise operation command, the stepwise operation command is executed by the CPU 20 and the memory unit 21 of the terminal.
However, a stepwise operation command can be performed by the screen provided by the server 100 in a state where the user terminal 1100 is connected to the server 100 through wired / wireless Internet communication.
Then, the stepwise operation command is executed through the control unit 10 and the database 104 of the server by the stepwise operation command of the operator.
However, in order to facilitate program execution, information displayed on each type can be transmitted to the terminal 110 in advance by the server 100. [ That is, when a screen capable of a stepwise operation command is displayed or a program is executed, the server 100 also transmits information to be displayed to the terminal in advance when the type of the selected object is changed by the stepwise operation command.
24 is executed or a screen is displayed, the control unit 101 of the server 100 searches the database 104 for the corresponding information and transmits the information to the connected terminal (for example, 110).
Then, when the information is stored in the terminal memory unit 21 and a stepwise operation command is performed through the input device 28 of the terminal, the central processing unit (CPU) 20 of the terminal displays the type- 30). It goes without saying that such a process also includes the information provided from time to time by the control unit 101 of the server 100 as well.
Fig. 27 is a view of an embodiment in which a stepwise operation command is smoothly performed. Fig.
After the execution of the program or the start of the screen display, the selection object 32 is selected and an operation command whose size is changed is executed (S210 - S212)
The size of the selection object 32 is determined according to each type from 1 to N. (214) This size storage is performed by the memory unit 21 or the database (104).
Although the stepwise operation commander can accurately control the size of the selection object 32 to a predetermined size suited to each type, the number of cases in which the selection object 32 is not realistically increased can be increased.
At this time, the size adjusted by the operation command can be N + a. Where the value of N + a is the size between type N and type N + 1.
At this time, if the size of the final size N + a of the selection object 32a performed by the stepwise operation commander is close to the N + 1 type, the size of the selection object 32a is displayed on the display in the size of N + N + 1 type information is also displayed. (S216, S220)
However, at this time, if the size of the final size N + a of the selection object 32a performed by the stepwise operation commander is close to the N type, the size of the selection object 32a is displayed on the display as an N type size, Type information is displayed. (S216 - S218)
On the other hand, when the size of the selection object is not stepwise (see the description of the embodiment of Fig. 25), the selection object 32a (32a ') is displayed on the display 30 in a size based on the result of the stepwise operation command of the operator , But. If the size of the selection target is stepwise, the selection target 32a is displayed on the display 30 in the size indicated by S218 and S220.
Then, it is terminated by the termination instruction.
It is needless to say that the execution of FIG. 27 is performed by the terminal 100 or the server 100 as shown in FIG.
Fig. 28 is a view of another embodiment showing that two or more selected objects 32 capable of performing a stepwise operation command can be displayed in the display. Then, it is possible to execute a stepwise operation command by selecting one of the objects 32 to be selected.
- Example 8 -
FIGS. 29 and 30 are views of embodiments in which the content and size of information are not stepwise.
In the above embodiment, the size of the selection target and the information to be displayed are stepwise or only the information to be displayed is stepwise.
However, in some cases, the displayed information is not stepwise, and the size of the selection target may not be stepwise. 28 and 29 show such a case.
When the information to be displayed is an image as in the example of FIG. 30, when the size of the selection object 32 is changed by the stepwise manipulation instruction to change the selected object 32a, the size may not be stepwise, It can change as much as you like,
Also, information displayed according to the size of the changed selection object 32a is not stepwise, that is, when the displayed information is an image, only the information corresponding to the size of the selection object can be displayed.
- Example 9 -
 FIG. 31 is a view of an embodiment in which a size change is performed together with a stepwise operation command and a stepwise operation command in which the size does not change.
31A to 31B illustrate an example in which the size of the selection object 32 is changed by applying the eighth embodiment and the ninth embodiment, and the information is also displayed in accordance with the changed size.
When the stepwise operation command is executed in a state where the size of the selected object is maximized, a stepwise operation command to which the embodiment of FIGS. 5 to 19 is applied can be performed. In other words, Figures (C) and (D) show that the size does not change any more by the operation command, and only the information changes stepwise.
When the size is maximized, the guide line 51 is displayed as in the embodiment of FIGS. 5 to 19, the stepwise operation command is performed by the guide line, and the step of the information is displayed according to the execution result have.
9 may be performed by the central processing unit (CPU) 20 and the memory unit 21 of the terminal 110 as well as by the control unit 101 of the server 100 and the database 104, .
- Example 10 -
32-37 are views of an embodiment of display of advertisements on a portable mobile.
It can be seen from FIG. 32 (A) that an advertisement is displayed between characters 1 and 2 to be transmitted and received, and an advertisement box 3 is provided in the middle of the screen of the display 21, The content of the advertisement will be displayed. The advertisement can be displayed as an image or a letter, but sometimes it is possible to make a video.
The character area 3a may exist when the position of the character is fixed and the position of the character area 3a is fixed so that the position of the character box 3 is also fixed in the character area do.
At this time, the size of the character area 3a does not always have to be the same. The size of the length "AL" of the character area 3a may become larger or smaller depending on the situation. Although the size of the character area 3a and the size of the advertisement box 3 may be the same, the size of the advertisement box 3 is smaller than the size of the character area 3a. Even if it is small, it is preferable that the size of the advertisement box 3 is more than 1/2 of the size of the character area 3a. This is because of the effective use of the ground.
When the distance between the character box (1) (2) and the advertisement box (distance between the character box and L1 or L2) is "L" and the distance between the character box and the character box is "G" "And" G "are as follows. That is, "L" is equal to or larger than "1 / 2G" The distances between other character boxes and character boxes are taken into account so that the distance between characters and advertisement boxes is also taken into consideration, thereby improving the visibility.
33 (A), the advertising box 3 is located on the side of the receiving advertisement box 1. (Of course, in some cases, The box 3 may be located.)
As shown in the diagram (B), the advertisement box area 3a exists, the advertisement box 3 exists therein, and the size of the advertisement box area 3a can be fixed, The length "AL" of the advertisement area (or the length "BL" of the advertisement box) can be changed according to the length "ML" of the character boxes 1 (2) That is, as the lengths of the letter boxes 1 and 2 are increased or decreased, the length of the advertisement area 3a (or the advertising box) can be increased or decreased.
Of course, no matter how large the text box may be, the advertisement can not be larger than the display screen and can not be larger than the area where the advertisement is intended to be displayed within the display.
The sizes of "AL" and "BL" may be the same, but "BL" may be as small as 1/2. That is, the size of "BL " can be changed from 1/2 or more of" AL "to the size of" AL ".
In addition, it is a matter of course that the size relationship between the advertisement box and the character box may be applied to the embodiment of FIG. 8 as it is.
FIG. 34 is a view of an embodiment showing that the position moves according to the size of a character. FIG. The position of the advertisement is between the reception characters and the reception characters, or between the transmission characters and the transmission characters or between the reception characters and the transmission characters.
That is, when the size of the character boxes 1 and 2 located on the advertisement area 3a is increased, the position of the advertisement area 3a is naturally lowered. Of course, when the character boxes 1 and 2 located under the advertisement area 3a are enlarged, the position of the advertisement area 3a is also raised naturally.
Therefore, even if the position of the advertisement is designated, it means that the position of the advertisement can naturally move up or down according to the position of the character.
If the size of the character boxes 1 and 2 is so large that it reaches the display boundary and the space for the advertisement area 3a is lost, the advertisement area 3a can be also not displayed. Of course, if the minimum advertising area 3a is determined according to the situation and the character box is not enlarged any more, the advertisement can be always displayed regardless of the size of the character.
In general, the size of the advertisement area is determined, the size of the advertisement box is determined within the advertisement area, and the distance between the character and the advertisement area is determined. However, if the size of the advertisement box is changed within the range defined in the embodiment of the present invention Of course. It is a matter of course that the content of the advertisement that can be displayed may vary depending on the size of the advertisement box.
In addition, it is natural that this rule can be directly applied even when the character type is not a box type.
35 is a view showing an embodiment in which the character boxes 1 and 2 to be transmitted and received and the advertisement box 3 are adjacent to each other. An advertisement may be displayed in the box (3) in the display (21). In the drawings, it is shown that two or more are displayed, but any one or more of them can be displayed. In this case, although the advertisement 3 is connected to the lower part of the character, the advertisement 3 may be connected to the character 1 or 2 or to the left or right of the character. Do.
At this time, it is natural that the character boxes 1 and 2 and the advertisement box 3 are attached to each other, but they may be separated from each other considering the design shape. However, if the separation distance is too large, it is not good to separate too much because space usage is inefficient.
At this time, the distance between the advertisement and the character is preferably determined in accordance with the embodiment of FIG. That is, the distance between the ad and the character is also determined by reflecting the distance between the character and the character.
36 shows an area where the advertisement can be located. In the case where all of the areas in which the character boxes 1 and 2 are not present in the screen of the display 21 are present in the advertisement area, seven advertisement areas (3a-1 to 3a-7) do. And in some cases it may be smaller or more.
For example, assuming that the advertisement 3 exists in the '3a-6' advertisement area, when the character moves, the '3a-6' advertisement area And therefore the advertisement area also has to be moved when the character is moved,
37 is a diagram of an embodiment in which the size of the advertisement area can be known when the key input unit 5 is not present. That is, if the distance between the receiver character 1 and the receiver character 1 is 'L1-1' and the distance between the boundary of the display screen and the side of the transmitter character 2 is 'L2' And the size of the advertisement area is determined by the size of 'L2'. When the distance between the transmitting unit character 2 and the transmitting unit character is 'L1-2' (L1-2 is omitted in the drawing) and the distance from the display screen boundary to the side of the receiving unit character 1 is 'L2' , The size of the advertisement area is determined by the sizes of L2-1 and L2.
On the other hand, even if the key input unit (the image of the keyboard for inputting characters on the screen) is displayed in the mobile phone text ads shown in Figs. 32 to 37, it is natural that the text ads can be displayed in the same context.
Fig. 38 is a diagram of an embodiment in which advertisements are displayed in a list of screens or the like therebetween.
FIG. 38 is a view of an embodiment showing that an input window 7 may exist in the middle of the risk 5 when displaying a list 5 of persons who have exchanged characters. FIG. The input window 7 can also be connected to the text box when the advertisement box 2 and the advertisement box 3 are connected.
Of course, a variety of advertisements may be displayed between the areas where the information is displayed in the display screen of the portable mobile, and it is not necessarily limited to spaces between mobile phone characters.
In the text advertisement shown in the embodiment of Fig. 10 (Fig. 38 in Fig. 38), the embodiment displaying the information shown in the explanation of the first to ninth embodiments (Figs. 1 to 31) It is natural that it can be applied.
100: server 110: terminal
101: server control unit 20: terminal central processing unit (control unit)
30: Display 30a: Transition command
31: divided screen 50, 51: guide line
32: Selection target 32a: Changed selection target
50a-1, 50b-1, 50c-1, 50d-1, 50e-1:
51a-1, 51b-1, 51c-1, 51d-1, 51e-1:

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  1. The step of inputting an operation command for distinguishing a step on the display and delivering the operation command to the terminal control unit, wherein the control unit displays the predetermined information step on the display screen,
    Wherein the step includes a step of connecting at least one step to the internet site, wherein the information corresponding to the step of the operation command is displayed on the display screen, system.
  2. The system according to claim 1, wherein the information displayed on the terminal display is information stored in the terminal memory.
  3. The system according to claim 1, wherein the information displayed on the terminal display is information stored in a database of the server.
  4. The system according to claim 1, wherein the information displayed on the terminal display is information stored in another Internet site.
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