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Sholes

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(Biography) Christopher Latham. 1819–90, US inventor, who invented (1868) the typewriter and sold the patent to the Remington company (1873)
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OpenDocument; Eric Sholes, "Evolution of a UAV [unmanned aerial vehicle] Autonomy Classification Taxonomy," Aerospace Conference, 2007 Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), 3 March 2010, 1, http://ieeexplore.
1872: The first practical typewriter was patented by Christopher Sholes in Milwaukee, USA.
It's an interesting tidbit that the "QWERTY" alphabet layout we now see on keyboards was designed by Christopher Sholes and first appeared on Remington's Sholes and Glidden Type-Writer.
Hendrickson M, Sholes WM, Portnoy DA, Bell WH 3 [sup]rd , Kerstein MD.
The first devices were created to assist the blind, but soon afterwards in America the new demands of Victorian business led to the Remington company creating the Glidden and Sholes typewriter in the early 1870s.
Latham Sholes noticed some of the key bars jammed because frequently used letters were too close together.
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Path dependence is perhaps best illustrated through a historical example: the QWERTY keyboard, which Christopher Latham Sholes patented in 1868.
One of Romano's earlier books, Machine Writing and Typesetting: The Story of Sholes and Mergenthaler and the Invention of the Typewriter and the Linotype (Gama Communications, 1986), detailed the seminal work of Ottmar Mergenthaler (1854-99) and some of his contemporaries.
4) It has been written extensively and deeply about option pricing, from the original contributions from Black and Sholes (1973) and Merton (1973), building on previous works by Arrow and Debreu (1954) and Mac Kenzie (1959), and after supplemented by Cox, Ross and Rubinstein (1979) and many others.