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#### 32.3.1 Wavelet transforms in one dimension

Function: int gsl_wavelet_transform (const gsl_wavelet * w, double * data, size_t stride, size_t n, gsl_wavelet_direction dir, gsl_wavelet_workspace * work)
Function: int gsl_wavelet_transform_forward (const gsl_wavelet * w, double * data, size_t stride, size_t n, gsl_wavelet_workspace * work)
Function: int gsl_wavelet_transform_inverse (const gsl_wavelet * w, double * data, size_t stride, size_t n, gsl_wavelet_workspace * work)

These functions compute in-place forward and inverse discrete wavelet transforms of length n with stride stride on the array data. The length of the transform n is restricted to powers of two. For the `transform` version of the function the argument dir can be either `forward` (+1) or `backward` (-1). A workspace work of length n must be provided.

For the forward transform, the elements of the original array are replaced by the discrete wavelet transform f_i -> w_{j,k} in a packed triangular storage layout, where j is the index of the level j = 0 ... J-1 and k is the index of the coefficient within each level, k = 0 ... (2^j)-1. The total number of levels is J = \log_2(n). The output data has the following form,

```(s_{-1,0}, d_{0,0}, d_{1,0}, d_{1,1}, d_{2,0}, ...,
d_{j,k}, ..., d_{J-1,2^{J-1}-1})
```

where the first element is the smoothing coefficient s_{-1,0}, followed by the detail coefficients d_{j,k} for each level j. The backward transform inverts these coefficients to obtain the original data.

These functions return a status of `GSL_SUCCESS` upon successful completion. `GSL_EINVAL` is returned if n is not an integer power of 2 or if insufficient workspace is provided.