// @(#)root/spectrum:$Name:  $:$Id: TSpectrumTransform.h,v 1.3 2006/10/02 10:58:42 brun Exp $
// Author: Miroslav Morhac   25/09/06

 * Copyright (C) 1995-2006, Rene Brun and Fons Rademakers.               *
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#ifndef ROOT_TSpectrumTransform
#define ROOT_TSpectrumTransform

//                                                                      //
// TSpectrumTransform                                                   //
//                                                                      //
// Class to carry out transforms of 1D spectra, its filtering and       //
// enhancement. It allows to calculate classic Fourier, Cosine, Sin,    //
// Hartley, Walsh, Haar transforms as well as mixed transforms (Fourier-//
// Walsh, Fourier-Haar, Walsh-Haar, Cosine-Walsh, Cosine-Haar, Sin-Walsh//
// and Sin-Haar). All the transforms are fast.                          //
//                                                                      //

#ifndef ROOT_TH1
#include "TH1.h"

class TSpectrumTransform :  public TNamed {

   Int_t     fSize;                      //length of transformed data
   Int_t     fTransformType;             //type of transformation (Haar, Walsh, Cosine, Sine, Fourier, Hartley, Fourier-Walsh, Fourier-Haar, Walsh-Haar, Cosine-Walsh, Cosine-Haar, Sine-Walsh, Sine-Haar)
   Int_t     fDegree;                    //degree of mixed transform, applies only for Fourier-Walsh, Fourier-Haar, Walsh-Haar, Cosine-Walsh, Cosine-Haar, Sine-Walsh, Sine-Haar transforms
   Int_t     fDirection;                 //forward or inverse transform
   Int_t     fXmin;                      //first channel of filtered or enhanced region
   Int_t     fXmax;                      //last channel of filtered or enhanced region
   Float_t   fFilterCoeff;               //value set in the filtered region
   Float_t   fEnhanceCoeff;              //multiplication coefficient applied in enhanced region;

   enum {
       kTransformHaar =0,
       kTransformWalsh =1,
       kTransformCos =2,
       kTransformSin =3,
       kTransformFourier =4,
       kTransformHartley =5,
       kTransformFourierWalsh =6,
       kTransformFourierHaar =7,
       kTransformWalshHaar =8,
       kTransformCosWalsh =9,
       kTransformCosHaar =10,
       kTransformSinWalsh =11,
       kTransformSinHaar =12,
       kTransformForward =0,
       kTransformInverse =1
   TSpectrumTransform(Int_t size);
   virtual ~TSpectrumTransform();

   void                BitReverse(float *working_space,Int_t num);
   void                BitReverseHaar(float *working_space,Int_t shift,Int_t num,Int_t start);
   void                Fourier(float *working_space,Int_t num,Int_t hartley,Int_t direction,Int_t zt_clear);
   Int_t               GeneralExe(float *working_space,Int_t zt_clear,Int_t num,Int_t degree,Int_t type);
   Int_t               GeneralInv(float *working_space,Int_t num,Int_t degree,Int_t type);
   void                Haar(float *working_space,Int_t num,Int_t direction);
   void                Walsh(float *working_space,Int_t num);

   void                Enhance(const float *source, float *destVector);
   void                FilterZonal(const float *source, float *destVector);
   void                SetDirection(Int_t direction);
   void                SetEnhanceCoeff(Float_t enhanceCoeff);
   void                SetFilterCoeff(Float_t filterCoeff);
   void                SetRegion(Int_t xmin, Int_t xmax);
   void                SetTransformType(Int_t transType, Int_t degree);
   void                Transform(const float *source, float *destVector);

   ClassDef(TSpectrumTransform,1)  //Spectrum Transformer, it calculates classic orthogonal 1D transforms


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