Positive solutions of eigenvalue problems for a class of fractional differential equations with derivatives
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By establishing a maximal principle and constructing upper and lower solutions, the existence of positive solutions for the eigenvalue problem of a class of fractional differential equations is discussed. Some sufficient conditions for the existence of positive solutions are established.
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