EPL, vol.132, no.4, 2020 (SCI-Expanded)
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The conventional d-dimensional fermion algebra does not have a Hopf algebra structure. It is shown that this algebra can be deformed by introducing angular elements and by combining the commutative sine-cosine algebra with the Clifford algebra so that the resulting d-dimensional fermion algebra is a Hopf algebra.