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Grasping has been well studied in the robotics and human subjects literature, and numerous taxonomies have been developed to capture the range of grasps employed in work settings or everyday life. But how completely do these taxonomies capture grasping actions that we see every day? We asked two subjects to monitor every action that they performed with their hands during a typical day, as well as to roleplay actions important for self-care, rehabilitation, and various careers and then todoi:10.1109/humanoids.2014.7041420 dblp:conf/humanoids/LiuFNP14 fatcat:h3rwkma755f6dnwztfb37dbalq