Just for fun, a quick analysis of this pattern (as I see it, anyway):
Obviously the pattern uses the C (and Eb, F#, A) 'half-whole' diminished scale.
Each 4-note grouping starts on the maj 3rd, then descends the min triad of A, F#, Eb, C, respectively.
So the first 4-note group on A is C# (maj 3rd) E C A (descending A min triad). Then likewise on F#, Eb, & C.
Just a way to describe the pattern. Obviously the notes in the pattern can also be related to the dom7b9 chords that fit. Hopefully that makes some sense and I'm sure there are other ways to analyze this (please correct me if I got anything wrong, ffjay). Of course, none of that matters as much as getting the phrase under your fingers to the point it can be played without any analysis going on. That's where the real work comes in and the only way it can be applied in 'real time!' It's going to take me quite a while.