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I want to design a robust controller for a system which is driven by a PDE. I need to acquire its transfer function in 's' parameter which means it should be transferred by Laplace transformation. I know that the result transfer function will be an infinite series of transfer functions but i don't know how to calculate it!!!

would you mind introducing me a reference which help me to learn that?

thank you!

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# Transfer function of a PDE system

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