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This paper presents and analyzes novel data selective normalized adaptive filtering algorithms with two data reuses. The algorithms [the set-membership binormalized LMS (SM-BN-DRLMS) algorithms] are derived using the concept of set-membership filtering (SMF). These algorithms can be regarded as generalizations of the previously proposed set-membership NLMS (SM-NLMS) algorithm. They include two constraint sets in order to construct a space of feasible solutions for the coefficient updates. The algorithms include data-dependent step sizes that provide fast convergence and low-excess mean-squared error (MSE). Convergence analyzes in the mean squared sense are presented, and closed-form expressions are given for both white and colored input signals. Simulation results show good performance of the algorithms in terms of convergence speed, final misadjustment, and reduced computational complexity.