Positive solutions for fractional differential equation involving the RiemannStieltjes integral conditions with two parameters
Authors
Ying Wang
 School of Science, Linyi University, Linyi 276000, Shandong, P. R. China.
Abstract
Through the application of the upperlower solutions method and the fixed point theorem on cone, under
certain conditions, we obtain that there exist appropriate regions of parameters in which the fractional
differential equation has at least one or no positive solution. In the end, an example is worked out to
illustrate our main results.
Keywords
 Fractional differential equation
 RiemannStieltjes integral conditions
 upperlower solutions
 the fixed point theorem.
MSC
 34A08
 34B18
 34B08
 34B10
 47N20
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