GLOBAL EXISTENCE OF SOLUTIONS FOR A SYSTEM OF SINGULAR FRACTIONAL DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS WITH IMPULSE EFFECTS

- Journal title : Journal of applied mathematics & informatics
- Volume 33, Issue 3_4, 2015, pp.327-342
- Publisher : The Korean Society of Computational and Applied Mathematics
- DOI : 10.14317/jami.2015.327

Title & Authors

GLOBAL EXISTENCE OF SOLUTIONS FOR A SYSTEM OF SINGULAR FRACTIONAL DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS WITH IMPULSE EFFECTS

LIU, YUJI; WONG, PATRICIA J.Y.;

LIU, YUJI; WONG, PATRICIA J.Y.;

Abstract

By employing a fixed point theorem in a weighted Banach space, we establish the existence of a solution for a system of impulsive singular fractional differential equations. Some examples are presented to illustrate the efficiency of the results obtained.

Keywords

Solvability;singular fractional differential system;impulsive effect;fixed point theorem;

Language

English

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