We propose practical sets of rules for adapting Clear Channel Assessment (CCA) and Transmit Power (TP) parameters by simulating ensembles of randomly generated wireless networks and collecting throughput statistics. The rules' performances depend strongly on network topology, with increases in throughput in many cases. However, networks with a high clustering coefficient are often adversely effected by the adaptations. But simulations of small-scale networks show that apparently adverse adaptations may still yield benefits for uneven demand combinations. Finally, we have found that throughput is not usually correlated with the number of hidden or exposed nodes in any non-trivial network set-up.
- Capacity region