Figure 31: The Qualitative functional decomposition template derived for the non-autonomous cruise mode controllers. Most of the nonautonomous cruise mode controllers can be decomposed into the above-shown template, as a combination of two independent oscillator, of which the high-frequency oscillator, controlled the stroke kinematics of the wing with steady amplitude and frequency and the low-frequency oscillator which was evolved to monitor the altitude variations in the MFWR, through the available external sensor module, altered the rotation dynamics continuously to limit the variations in the altitude of the MFWR and simultaneously provided the forward motion in it, by generating required lift and anti-lift with the behavior verified by the general principles of the empirical study.