ILOG references

Bakeman, R., & Brownlee, J. R. (1982).  Social rules governing object conflicts in toddlers and preschoolers.  In K. H. Rubin & H. S. Ross (Eds.), Peer relationships and social skills in childhood (pp. 99–111).  New York:  Springer-Verlag.

Bakeman, R., & Gottman, J. M. (1997).  Observing interaction:  An introduction to sequential analysis (2nd ed.).  Cambridge:  Cambridge University Press.

Bakeman, R., & Quera, V. (2011).  Sequential analysis and observational methods for the behavioral sciences.  Cambridge:  Cambridge University Press.

Bakeman, R., & Robinson, B. F. (1994).  Understanding log-linear analysis with ILOG:  An interactive approach.  Hillsdale, NJ:  Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

Bakeman, R., & Robinson, B. F. (2005).  Understanding statistics in the behavioral sciences. Mahwah, NJ:  Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

Bishop, Y. M. M., Fienberg, S. R., & Holland, P. W. (1975).  Discrete multivariate analysis:  Theory and practice.  Cambridge, MA:  MIT Press.

Fienberg, S. E. (1980).  The analysis of cross-classified categorical data (2nd ed.).  Cambridge, MA:  MIT Press.

Kennedy, J. J. (1992).  Analyzing qualitative data:  Log-linear analysis for behavioral research (2nd ed.).  New York:  Praeger.

Knoke, D., and Burke, P. J. (1980).  Log-linear models.  Newbury Park, CA:  Sage.

Wickens, T.D. (1989).  Multiway contingency tables analysis for the social sciences.  Hillsdale, NJ:  Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.