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Predicted binaural release from masking (BRM, shown on the y-axis) defined as the difference between SRTs of the first condition of experiment I (D0N0) and the first condition of experiment III (DπN0) using bBSIM-SII (black line), STINCV (light gray line), and NI-STOI (dark gray line). The back-end reference values are shown on the x-axis. The red line shows the measured BRM of 7.8 dB. The yellow circles show the optimal references, which allows predicting accurately the measured BRM for the SII and the STINCV (see Fig. S3). For the NI-STOI the optimal reference allows predicting the measured BRM with less overestimation (see Fig. S3).

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