The highlights of the recent study of variable stars of different types are discussed. We present some results (out of more than 500 papers) and plans for the further studies within bi- or multi-lateral observational campaigns. Special attention is paid to the polarimetric and photometric monitoring of polars, intermediate polars, superhumpers in dwarf novae and nova-like systems, symbiotic variables, pulsating semi-regular and Mira-type stars and other long-periodic variables, new suspected variables from the Hipparcos--Tycho space observatory and other surveys. To study multi-periodic and aperiodic variability superimposed onto long-term trends, an expert system for time series analysis is briefly referred.
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Document Type: Research Article
Odessa National University Department of Astronomy and Astronomical Observatory Odessa Ukraine
University of Madeira Department of Mathematics Funchal Portugal
Slovak Academy of Sciences Astronomical Institute Tatranska Lomnica Slovakia
Crimean Astrophysical Observatory Nauchny Ukraine
University of Athens Department of Astronomy, Astrophysics and Mechanics Athens Greece
Chungbuk National University Department of Astronomy and Space Science Cheongiu Korea
New Mexico State University Department of Astronomy Las Cruces, New Mexico USA
Kyoto University Department of Astronomy, Faculty of Science Kyoto Japan
Hungarian Academy of Sciences Konkoly Observatory Budapest Hungary
Pedagogical University Mt Suhora Observatory Kraków Poland
Publication date: 2003-08-01
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