##### Title: Existence of Positive Solutions for a Coupled System of (p, q)-Laplacian Fractional Higher Order Boundary Value Problems

##### Pages: 54-67

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K.R. Prasad, B.M.B. Krushna, L.T. Wesen, Existence of Positive Solutions for a Coupled System of (p, q)-Laplacian Fractional Higher Order Boundary Value Problems, Int. J. Anal. Appl., 9 (1) (2015), 54-67.#### Abstract

In this paper, we establish the existence of at least three positive solutions for a system of (p,q)-Laplacian fractional order two-point boundary value problems by applying five functionals fixed point theorem under suitable conditions on a cone in a Banach space.

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