Concluding Remarks; What CVs Can Teach Us About Other Astrophysical Sources
2018 July 13
2018 September 13
I briefly discuss some personal views developed from the talks and topics covered at this meeting. Specifically, I address a process-oriented theme that focuses on relevant processes independent of scale or source type. For example, magnetism, accretion disk formation, and stellar evolution work in a wide variety of source types, independent of human-made classification schemes. I suggest a process-centered approach where lessons learned about phenomena that are well observed in one source class are sensibly applied elsewhere. Features of one class of accreting binary may appear in another class in a related but distinct way. Several examples that were highlighted in this meeting are discussed.