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The main purpose of this paper is to study multi-parameter singular integral operators which commute with Zygmund dilations. Motivated by some explicit examples of singular integral operators studied in Ricci and Stein (Ann Inst Fourier (Grenoble) 42:637–670, 1992), Fefferman and Pipher (Am J Math 11:337–369, 1997), and Nagel and Wainger (Am J Math 99:761–785, 1977), we introduce a class of singular integral operators on R3 associated with Zygmund dilations by providing suitable version of regularity conditions and cancellation conditions on convolution kernels, and then show the boundedness for this class of operators on Lp, 1 < p< ∞.
- Multi-parameter singular integral operators
- Zygmund dilations
- Zygmund type cancellation
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