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Training and Simulating a Neutral DotNetwork in C# Figure 1(b) - Neural Network XOR Simulation in .Net Introduction Although computers are digital systems working on 1's and 0's, our minds function a bit differently. As scientists have explored the working of the human brains, they found that they consist of a network of neurons that communicate with each other through electrical and chemical signals to form our thoughts. These neurons will fire based on the strength and weaknesses of these signals passed between them. The signals are not 1's and 0's, but analog levels with a wide range of potential.