# Existence–Uniqueness and Wright Stability Results of the Riemann–Liouville Fractional Equations by Random Controllers in MB-Spaces

2021

We apply the random controllers to stabilize pseudo Riemann–Liouville fractional equations in MB-spaces and investigate existence and uniqueness of their solutions. Next, we compute the optimum error of the estimate. The mentioned process i.e., stabilization by a control function and finding an approximation for a pseudo functional equation is called random HUR stability. We use a fixed point technique derived from the alternative fixed point theorem (FPT) to investigate random HUR stability of the Riemann–Liouville fractional equations in MB-spaces. As an application, we introduce a class of random Wright control function and investigate existence–uniqueness and Wright stability of these equations in MB-spaces.

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