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Battlespace Digitization and Network-Centric Systems IV
Multicasting at the IP layer has not been widely adopted due to a combination of technical and non-technical issues. End-system multicast (also called application-layer multicast) is an attractive alternative to IP layer multicast for reasons of user management (set-up and control) and attack avoidance. Sessions can be established on demand such that there are no static points of failure to target in advance. In end-system multicast, an overlay network is built on top of available networkdoi:10.1117/12.539416 fatcat:ikdzxz7pwzguboleafwfhmkrqq