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Researches of human Brain Computer Interface (BCI) for the objective of diagnosis and rehabilitation have been recently increased. Cerebral oxygenation and blood flow on particular regions of human brain can be measured using a non-invasive technique – fNIRS (functional Near Infrared Spectroscopy). In this paper, a study of recognition algorithm will be described for recognizing whether one taps his/her left hand or right hand. Data with noises and artifacts collected from a multi-channeldoi:10.32508/stdj.v16i3.1607 fatcat:ggk55yznqfh5vd4oqj6rm24rx4