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A grasp generally refers to an act of taking, holding or seizing firmly with (or as if with) the hand.
Grasp or GRASP may refer to:
- Graphics Animation System for Professionals, the first multimedia animation program for the IBM PC
- GRASP (multimedia authoring software), a multimedia authoring software
- Grasp (software), a spooler for DOS and DOS/VSE
- GRASP (object-oriented design), General Responsibility Assignment Software Patterns (or Principles)
- GRASP, the previous version of Jgrasp, a graphical source code editor
- General Purpose Relativistic Atomic Structure Program, developed by Ian Grant and others for relativistic atomic structure calculations
- USS Grasp (ARS-24), a United States Navy rescue and salvage ship
- USNS Grasp (T-ARS-51), a United States Navy rescue and salvage ship
- GRASP (SAT solver), an SAT instance solver
- Glaciogenic Reservoir Analogue Studies Project, a collaborative project in glacially-related sedimentary systems
- Grace St. Paul's Episcopal Church or GraSP Church, an Episcopal church in Trenton, New Jersey, United States
- Great Apes Survival Project
- Greedy randomized adaptive search procedure
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