There is a hierarchy of structure in the nervous system with an inherent C3I protocol stemming from the brain and converging to a cell. Any single physiological action perceived, such as pain or pleasure is the output response of a collective activity due to innumerable neurons participating in the decision-making control procedures in the nervous system. The collectiveness of neural participation in the cybernetics of control and communication processes is a direct consequence of the anatomical cohesiveness of the structured neural and brain complexes and the associated order in the associated physiological activities. The neural complex (real or artificial) is evolved by a progressive multiplication of interneural connections across which the cellular state transitions proliferate randomly in the spatiotemporal domain. The participation of an individual neuron in the collective response of the neural complex is, therefore, largely stochastical in nature.