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Nonlinear dynamical effects are crucial to the operation of many agile robotic systems. Koopman-based model learning methods can capture these nonlinear dynamical system effects in higher dimensional lifted bilinear models that are amenable to optimal control. However, standard methods that lift the system state using a fixed function dictionary before model learning result in high dimensional models that are intractable for real time control. This paper presents a novel method that jointlyarXiv:2110.10341v1 fatcat:jmxzcghyorer7fuyvy3z77wqyy