Coordination according to Herbert Clark

I am currently working on a report about how people infer others' intents/beliefs/knowledge... related to their joint activities. This is related to theories of coordination and how people make assumptions about others'. For that matter, I am going to deal with 3 theories (1 and 2 are from pragmatics and 3 comes from organisational science):

  1. Sperber and Wilson's relevance theory + mutual cognitive environment
  2. Clark's theory of coordination + common ground
  3. Malone and Crowston theory of dependencies

Since I would like to have a visual summary of each of those, I worked on transcribing this stuff into graphs. For Clark's theory, it goes like this: