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Review From the reviews: "This research monograph is designed for graduate students in applied mathematics and control theory and also as a reference for control engineers and mathematics researchers working in the control of PDEs. The text is divided into five parts featuring: - a literature survey of paradigms and control design methods for PDE systems - the first principle mathematical modeling of applications arising in heat and mass transfer, interconnected multi-agent systems, and piezo-actuated smart elastic structures - the generalization of flatness-based trajectory planning and feedforward control to parabolic and biharmonic PDE systems defined on general higher-dimensional domains - an extension of the backstepping approach to the feedback control and observer design for parabolic PDEs with parallelepiped domain and spatially and time varying parameters - the development of design techniques to realize exponentially stabilizing tracking control - the evaluation in simulations and experiments Control of Higher-Dimensional PDEs -- Flatness and Backstepping Designs is an advanced research monograph for graduate students in applied mathematics, control theory, and related fields.

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