Pseudo-differential operators on are operators of the form
where is the Fourier transform of and is called the symbol of
It may look complicated but in fact, roughly,
every linear continuous operator taking functions to functions is a pseudo-differential operator!
This is very easy to see, even rigorously, in the case of the torus For a smooth function its Fourier coefficients are defined by
The Fourier inversion formula then gives
Let now be a linear continuous operator, and let us define its so-called toroidal symbol by
Then using (3) and the fact that is linear and continuous we have
where we used (4) in the last line. Thus, we have shown an analogue of (1) on the torus:
which is called the toroidal quantization on the torus
A more or less comprehensive analysis of this toroidal quantization, its properties and relations to (1) can be read here:
We organised International Pseudo-differential Conference, 7-8 July 2020
Pseudo-differential operators on compact Lie groups
Ruzhansky M., Turunen V., Pseudo-differential Operators and Symmetries: Background Analysis and Advanced Topics, Birkhauser, Basel, 2010. 724pp. Contents, description and samples, this book and time-frequency analysis, summary at Birkhauser review Bookmetrix
Pseudo-differential operators on graded Lie groups
Fischer V., Ruzhansky M., Quantization on nilpotent Lie groups, Progress in Mathematics, Vol. 314, Birkhauser, 2016. xiii+557pp. link, download (open access book, first by Imperial College London) Bookmetrix the winner of Ferran Sunyer I Balaguer Prize 2014
Pseudo-differential operators on locally compact Type I groups
Pseudo-differential operators on nilpotent Lie groups with flat orbits
Nonharmonic analysis of pseudo-differential operators
- Ruzhansky M., Tokmagambetov N., Nonharmonic analysis of boundary value problems, Int. Math. Res. Notices, (2016) 2016 (12), 3548-3615. offprint (open access), arxiv, link
- Ruzhansky M., Tokmagambetov N., Nonharmonic analysis of boundary value problems without WZ condition, Math. Model. Nat. Phenom., 12 (2017), 115-140. arxiv, link
- Delgado J., Ruzhansky M., Tokmagambetov N., Schatten classes, nuclearity and nonharmonic analysis on compact manifolds with boundary, J. Math. Pures Appl.,107 (2017), 758-783. offprint (open access), arxiv, link
- Cardona D., Kumar V., Ruzhansky M., Tokmagambetov N., Lp–Lq boundedness of pseudo-differential operators on smooth manifolds and its applications to nonlinear equations. arxiv
Pseudo-differential operators on the lattice
In the above paper one makes a consistent development of the calculus of pseudo-differential operators which can be called pseudo-difference operators in the context of the lattice Some interesting questions to answer:
- how to define Hörmander type or other symbol classes on ?
- what is the relation to the analysis on the torus ?
- can it be used to derive new properties of operators on ?
- how to apply it to solving difference equations and to finding properties of their solutions?
Pseudo-differential operators on locally compact and quantum groups
- Akylzhanov R., Ruzhansky M., Lp-Lq multipliers on locally compact groups, J. Funct. Anal., 278 (2020), no. 3, 108324, 49pp. link (open access), arxiv
- Akylzhanov R., Majid S., Ruzhansky M., Smooth dense subalgebras and Fourier multipliers on compact quantum groups, Comm. Math. Phys., 362 (2018), 761-799.