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A surprisingly large number of research disciplines have contributed towards the development of knowledge on lazy problem solving, which i s c haracterized by its storage of ground cases and its demand driven response to queries. Case-based reasoning (CBR) is an alternative, increasingly popular approach for designing expert systems that implements this approach. This paper lists pointers to some contributions in some related disciplines that o er insights for CBR research. We then outline adoi:10.1016/s0950-7051(98)00066-5 fatcat:lryu7rvpfjdbvjy2tragxf4egi