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タイトル: On the Prehistory of QWERTY
著者: Yasuoka, Koichi  kyouindb  KAKEN_id
Yasuoka, Motoko
著者名の別形: 安岡, 孝一
安岡, 素子
発行日: Mar-2011
出版者: Institute for Research in Humanities Kyoto University
誌名: ZINBUN
巻: 42
開始ページ: 161
終了ページ: 174
抄録: QWERTY keyboard is widely used for information processing nowadays in Japan, United States, and other countries. And the most frequently asked question about the keyboard is: “Why are the letters of the keyboard arranged the way they are?” Several papers in the field of information processing answer the question like this: “To slow down the operator.” It’s nonsense. In this paper we reveal the prehistory of QWERTY keyboard along the history of telegraph apparatus: Morse, Hughes-Phelps, and Teletype. The early keyboard of Type-Writer was derived from Hughes-Phelps Printing Telegraph, and it was developed for Morse receivers. The keyboard arrangement very often changed during the development, and accidentally grew into QWERTY among the different requirements. QWERTY was adopted by Teletype in the 1910’s, and Teletype was widely used as a computer terminal later.
著作権等: © Copyright March 2011, Institute for Research in Humanities Kyoto University.
DOI: 10.14989/139379
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2433/139379
出現コレクション:No.42

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