oh, let me think on this..
I actually was just trying to conserve space-Pattern one was really meant to be Te to Te or Fe to Fe-not Te to Fe and so on...
Perhaps it would be better to say :
Pattern 1-Je to Je of the same Je
Pattern 2-Ji to Ji of the same Ji
Pattern 3- Nudging external with Je to realign anothers Ji through the other's Je-assuming both share the same JiJe
Pattern 4-An Ji aux/dom principle which gets extroverted as Je to go through another's Je to realign their Ji principles-again assuming they share the same JeJi
So these seem to be what I would call our "natural" ways we communicate to others to disagree and seek a new understanding. Once established it presents a nice foundation to then analyze things like what you actually discussed-when two folks dont share the same JiJe. It can be treated as a template to understand what we arent getting. For instance if an INFJ is baffled by ENFPs-by understanding the fundamental pattern differs-each side can understand how they are projecting their own pattern incorrectly or are inadvertantly contributing to the communication barrier.