We dominate nonintegral singular operators by adapted sparse operators and derive optimal norm estimates in weighted spaces. Our assumptions on the operators are minimal and our result applies to an array of situations, whose prototypes are Riesz transforms or multipliers, or paraproducts associated with a second-order elliptic operator. It also applies to such operators whose unweighted continuity is restricted to Lebesgue spaces with certain ranges of exponents with . The norm estimates obtained are powers of the characteristic used by Auscher and Martell. The critical exponent in this case is . We prove when and when . In particular, we are able to obtain the sharp estimates for nonintegral singular operators which do not fit into the class of Calderón–Zygmund operators. These results are new even in Euclidean space and are the first ones for operators whose kernel does not satisfy any regularity estimate.
"Sharp weighted norm estimates beyond Calderón–Zygmund theory." Anal. PDE 9 (5) 1079 - 1113, 2016. https://doi.org/10.2140/apde.2016.9.1079