In support of the efficient operation of Wi-Fi access points (APs), techniques are presented herein that support a Dynamic Hierarchical AP Activation (DHAPA) system that combines artificial intelligence (AI)-driven capabilities, graph-based networking approaches, and dynamic power adjustment means. Aspects of the techniques employ a graph-based structure to represent the spatial and functional relationships among APs to provide a logical means to manage their power states, where graph nodes represent APs and graph edges represent AP interactions, relationships, or proximities.

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