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We consider the spectral behavior and noncommutative geometry of commutators $[P,f]$, where $P$ is an operator of order 0 with geometric origin and $f$ a multiplication operator by a function. When $f$ is Hölder continuous, the spectral asymptotics is governed by singularities. We study precise spectral asymptotics through the computation of Dixmier traces; such computations have only been considered in less singular settings. Even though a Weyl law fails for these operators, and no pseudodifferential calculus is available, variations of Connes’ residue trace theorem and related integral formulas continue to hold. On the circle, a large class of nonmeasurable Hankel operators is obtained from Hölder continuous functions $f$, displaying a wide range of nonclassical spectral asymptotics beyond the Weyl law. The results extend from Riemannian manifolds to contact manifolds and noncommutative tori.
We correct the proof of the main result of the paper, Theorem 5.7. Our corrected proof relies on weaker versions of a number of intermediate results from the paper. The original, more general, versions of these statements are not known to be true.
In this article a general framework for studying analytic representations of a real Lie group G is introduced. Fundamental topological properties of the representations are analyzed. A notion of temperedness for analytic representations is introduced, which indicates the existence of an action of a certain natural algebra 𝒜(G) of analytic functions of rapid decay. For reductive groups every Harish-Chandra module V is shown to admit a unique tempered analytic globalization, which is generated by V and 𝒜(G) and which embeds as the space of analytic vectors in all Banach globalizations of V.
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