You mentioned "aggressive" dynamics a couple of times. Please define. How/when is it useful?

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In the context of dynamical systems, "aggressive" can refer to fast changing, but usually unstable dynamics. The X-29 aircraft mentioned in week 1 is a good example of this. Having intrinsic aggressive dynamics is desired because we can exploit its fast varying nature to generate more agile maneuvers.