Indexed on: 13 Mar '13Published on: 13 Mar '13Published in: Mathematics - Analysis of PDEs
We present a calculus of pseudodifferential operators that contains both usual parameter-dependent operators -- where a real parameter \tau\ enters as an additional covariable -- as well as operators not depending on \tau. Parameter-ellipticity is characterized by the invertibility of three associated principal symbols. The homogeneous principal symbol is not smooth on the whole co-sphere bundle but only admits directional limits at the north-poles, encoded by a principal angular symbol. Furthermore there is a limit-family for \tau\to+\infty. Ellipticity permits to construct parametrices that are inverses for large values of the parameter. We then obtain sub-calculi of Toeplitz type with a corresponding symbol structure. In particular, we discuss invertibility of operators of the form P_1A(\tau)P_0 where both P_0 and P_1 are zero-order projections and A(\tau) is a usual parameter-dependent operator of arbitrary order or A(\tau)=\tau^\mu-A with a pseudodifferential operator A of positive integer order \mu.