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This letter proposes a new time domain absorption approach designed to reduce masking components of speech signals under noisy-reverberant conditions. In this method, the non-stationarity of corrupted signal segments is used to detect masking distortions based on a defined threshold. The non-stationarity is objectively measured and is also adopted to determine the absorption procedure. Additionally, no prior knowledge of speech statistics or room information is required for this technique. Two intelligibility measures (ESII and ASII
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