In this paper, a general framework for the fractional boundary value problems is presented. The problem is created by Riemann-Liouville type two-term fractional differential equations with a fractional bi-order setup. Moreover, the boundary conditions of the suggested system are considered as mixed Riemann-Liouville integro-derivative conditions with four different orders, which it cover a variety of specific instances previously researched. Further, the provided problem’s Hyers-Ulam stability and the possibility of a fixed-point approach solution are both investigated. Finally, to support our theoretical findings, an example is developed.
- Hyers-Ulam stability
- Riemann-Liouville fractional derivative
- coupled fractional boundary value problem
- fixed point