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Japan Acad. 63 Ser. A (1987). 24. , Groups and Group Functions Attached to Kac-Moody Data, Lecture Notes in Mathematics no. 1111 (1984), 193-223. edu We give a survey on the Lie group structures of pseudodifferential operators and Fourier integral operators together with their associated diffeomorphism groups. Our goal is to describe the case of open manifolds, but we first review the compact case and then outline the difficulties that arise for non-compact manifolds and show how we solved them.