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Ideal Systems

Goal: It is well known that we can improve the performance of any system by comparing it with a hypothetical, predicted system of that kind called "Ideal system" [1]. The word ‘Ideal system’ refers to the system which has ideal characteristics i.e., perfect in every way. It is what the mind pictures as being perfect. The characteristics of present system can be improved towards the characteristics of ideal system by doing research and innovation. The concept of an ideal gas, ideal fluid, ideal engine, ideal switch, ideal voltage source, ideal current source, ideal semiconductor devices like ideal diodes, ideal transistors, ideal amplifiers etc. have been defined and taken as standards to improve the quality and performance of such practical devices or systems. Some of the ideal systems are listed table 1, along with their definitions. It is found that, by keeping such hypothetical devices or systems in mind, researchers have continuously been improving the characteristics/properties of practical devices / systems to upgrade their performances. Hence, ideal properties of a device or a system can be used to upgrade or improve its properties towards reaching 100% efficiency. By comparing the properties/characteristics of a practical device/system with its ideal counterpart, one can find out the possible modifications in that device /system towards reaching the objective of achieving such an ideal system

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The chapter is a comprehensive summary of the work on ideal systems, ideal technology, and Nanotechnology based innovations for human life comfortability are discussed with a question to analyse –Are we marching toward technological immortality ?
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(1) Aithal, P. S., & Shubhrajyotsna Aithal, (2015). Ideal Technology Concept & its Realization Opportunity using Nanotechnology, International Journal of Application or Innovation in Engineering & Management (IJAIEM), Volume 4, Issue 2, pp. 153 - 164, 2015, ISSN 2319-4847. DOI: http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.61591.
(2) Aithal, P. S., (2016). Review on Various Ideal System Models Used to Improve the Characteristics of Practical Systems. International Journal of Applied and Advanced Scientific Research, ISSN (Online): 2456 – 3080, Vol. 1, Issue 1, pp. 47-56, 2016.
(3) Aithal, P. S., Shubhrajyotsna Aithal, (2015). A review on Anticipated Breakthrough Technologies of 21st Century, International Journal of Research & Development in Technology and Management Sciences, Vol. 21, Issue 6, 2015, pp. 112 - 133, ISBN - 1-63102-450-7, DOI : http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.61617.
(4) Aithal, P. S. (2016). Nanotechnology Innovations & Business Opportunities : A Review, International Journal of Management, IT and Engineering (IJMIE), Volume 6, Issue 1, pp. 182-204, (January 2016), ISSN: 2249-0558, DOI : http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.161153.
(5) Aithal P. S. & Shubhrajyotsna Aithal, (2016). Business Strategy for Nanotechnology based Products & Services. International Journal of Management Sciences and Business Research (IJMSBR). Vol. 5, Issue 4, April 2016, pp.139-149, ISSN 2226-8235.
(6) Aithal, P. S. & Shubrajyotsna Aithal, (2016). Nanotechnological Innovations & Business Environment for Indian Automobile Sector : A Futuristic Approach, International Journal of Scientific Research and Modern Education (IJSRME), Volume I, Issue I, 2016, pp. 296-307. ISSN: 2455 – 5630, DOI : http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.161090.
(7) Aithal, P. S. and Shubrajyotsna Aithal, (November 2016). Nanotechnology Innovations and Commercialization – Opportunities, Challenges & Reasons for Delay. International Journal of Engineering and Manufacturing (IJEM), 6(6), pp. 15-25, ISSN: 2305-3631. DOI : http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.161161, DOI: http://doi.org/10.5815/ijem.2016.06.02.
(8) Aithal, P. S. & Shubhrajyotsna Aithal, (2016). Nanotechnology Innovations & Business Opportunities in Renewable Energy Sector, International Journal of Engineering Research and Modern Education (IJERME) ISSN (Online): 2455 - 4200 (www.rdmodernresearch.com) Volume I, Issue I, 2016, pp. 674- 692. DOI : http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.160905
(9) Aithal, P. S., and Shubhrajyotsna Aithal, (2016). Opportunities & Challenges for Green Technology in 21st Century. International Journal of Current Research and Modern Education (IJCRME), ISSN (Online): 2455 - 5428 (www.rdmodernresearch.com) Volume I, Issue I, pp. 818-828, 2016. DOI : http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.62020.
(10) Aithal, P. S. & Shubhrajyotsna Aithal, (2016). A New Model for Commercialization of Nanotechnology Products and Services. International Journal of Computational Research and Development, Vol. 1, Issue 1, pp. 84-93. ISSN (Online): 2456 – 3137. DOI : http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.163536.
(11) Aithal, P. S., V.T. Shailashree, P. M. Suresh Kumar, (2015). A New ABCD Technique to Analyze Business Models & Concepts, International Journal of Management, IT and Engineering (IJMIE), Vol. 5, Issue 4, pp. 409 - 423, April 2015, ISSN: 2249-0558, DOI : http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.61652.
(12) Architha Aithal & P.S. Aithal (2018). Nanotechnology Research Opportunities and Challenges in Pharmacology & Pharmaceutics. (Under preparation).
(13) Shubrajyotsna Aithal & P.S. Aithal (2018). Concept of Ideal Water Filter to Produce Potable Water and its Realization Opportunities using Nanotechnology, (Under preparation).
(14) Aithal, P. S. and Shubhrajyotsna Aithal. (2018). Study of various General Purpose Technologies and Their contribution towards developing Sustainable Society, (Under preparation).
(15) Aithal, P. S., (2015). Concept of Ideal Business & Its Realization Using E-Business Model, International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR), Volume 4, Issue 3, pp. 1267 - 1274, March, 2015, ISSN 2319-7064, DOI : http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.61648.
(16) Aithal, P. S., (2016). Study on ABCD Analysis Technique for Business Models, business strategies, Operating Concepts & Business Systems, International Journal in Management and Social Science, Volume 4, Issue 1, pp. 98-115, 2016, ISSN 2321-1784, www.ijmr.net.in DOI : http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.161137.
 
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A bank is a financial intermediary and creates money by lending money to a borrower, thereby creating a corresponding deposit on the bank's balance sheet. Lending activities can be performed directly by loaning or indirectly through capital markets. After the advent of technology and its penetration to all business fields, the responsibility of banks is enhanced to provide better, speedy, and ubiquitous service to the customers so that it can create more money and hence profit. Banks are formulating various strategies in order to attract more deposits and lend it to genuine customers to get a better return and hence make more profit. Based on such objective of a general banking system, the ideal concept of the banking system is developed. The ideal bank is a system with ideal banking characters.In this paper, a model of the ideal banking system is proposed by considering the ideal characteristics expected under input conditions, output conditions, system requirements, and environmental conditions. The factors affecting these characteristics are identified using a qualitative data collection instrument namely focus group method.
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It is well known that we can improve the performance of any system by comparing it with a hypothetical, predicted system of that kind called "Ideal system" [1]. The word ‘Ideal system’ refers to the system which has ideal characteristics i.e., perfect in every way. It is what the mind pictures as being perfect. The characteristics of present system can be improved towards the characteristics of ideal system by doing research and innovation. The concept of an ideal gas, ideal fluid, ideal engine, ideal switch, ideal voltage source, ideal current source, ideal semiconductor devices like ideal diodes, ideal transistors, ideal amplifiers etc. have been defined and taken as standards to improve the quality and performance of such practical devices or systems. Some of the ideal systems are listed table 1, along with their definitions. It is found that, by keeping such hypothetical devices or systems in mind, researchers have continuously been improving the characteristics/properties of practical devices / systems to upgrade their performances. Hence, ideal properties of a device or a system can be used to upgrade or improve its properties towards reaching 100% efficiency. By comparing the properties/characteristics of a practical device/system with its ideal counterpart, one can find out the possible modifications in that device /system towards reaching the objective of achieving such an ideal system