pH in a multi-component buffered solution is not a simplistic calculation to make. In pool water where carbonates, cyanurates and/or borates are present, the calculation for pH turns into a 4th order polynomial, multiple equation mathematics problem. It takes very sophisticated computational programming to get an exact answer.
Pool Math, like many of the industry lookup tables, relies on some shorthand’s and assumptions to greatly simplify the pH calculation problem. As such, it is only reliable over smaller changes in pH, about +/-0.4 units at best.
Cyanuric acid is a weak acid just as boric acid is a weak acid. Given the large concentration of carbonates in pool water, you will be hard pressed to see a measurable change in pH from the additions of small amounts of CYA. It also dissolves so slowly that it’s very difficult to see a change in pH. I simply would not worry about it.