The aim of this paper is to use an abstract realization of the Weyl correspondence to define functions of pseudo-differential operators. We consider operators that form a self-adjoint Banach algebra. We construct on this algebra a functional calculus with respect to functions which are defined on the Euclidean space and have a finite number of derivatives.

In this article we consider a theory of vector valued strongly singular operators. Our results include L^{p}, H^{p} and BMO continuity results. Moreover, as is well known, vector valued estimates are closely related to weighted norm inequalities. These results are developed in the first four sections of our paper. In section 5 we use our vector valued singular integrals to estimate the corresponding maximal operators. Finally in section 6 we discuss applications...

We study boundedness properties of commutators of general linear operators with real-valued BMO functions on weighted ${L}^{p}$ spaces. We then derive applications to particular important operators, such as Calderón-Zygmund type operators, pseudo-differential operators, multipliers, rough singular integrals and maximal type operators.

We obtain real-variable and complex-variable formulas for the integral of an integrable distribution in the n-dimensional case. These formulas involve specific versions of the Cauchy kernel and the Poisson kernel, namely, the Euclidean version and the product domain version. We interpret the real-variable formulas as integrals of S’-convolutions. We characterize those tempered distribution that are S’-convolvable with the Poisson kernel in the Euclidean case and the product domain case. As an application...

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