This article concerns the asymptotics of pseudodifferential operators whose Weyl symbol is the convolution of a discontinuous function dilated by a large scaling parameter with a smooth function of constant scale. These operators include as a special case generalised anti-Wick operators, also known as Gabor–Toeplitz operators, with smooth windows and dilated discontinuous symbol. The main result is a two-term Szegő theorem, that is, the asymptotics of the trace of a function of the operator. A special case of this is the asymptotic terms of the eigenvalue counting function. In both cases, previously only the first term in the asymptotic expansion was known explicitly.
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James P. Oldfield, Two-term Szegő theorem for generalised anti-Wick operators. J. Spectr. Theory 5 (2015), no. 4, pp. 751–781