Yacas documentation

Introduction to Yacas: tutorial and examples
This document gives a short introduction on Yacas. Included is a brief tutorial on the syntax and some commands to get you started using Yacas. There are also some examples.
Programming in Yacas
This document should get you started programming in Yacas. There are some basic explanations and hands-on tutorials.
Essays on Yacas
This is a book of essays on Yacas. It covers various topics, from using the Yacas system for specific calculations to general issues related to the Yacas system development and maintenance.
Yacas user's function reference
This is the first part of the Yacas function reference. This reference contains all functions that can be useful from the command line for ordinary tasks.
Yacas programmer's function reference
This is the second part of the Yacas function reference. This reference contains functions that might be useful for programming in Yacas.
The Yacas Book of Algorithms
This book is a detailed description of the algorithms used in the Yacas system for exact symbolic and arbitrary-precision numerical computations. Very few of these algorithms are new, and most are well-known. The goal of this book is to become a compendium of all relevant issues of design and implementation of these algorithms.
(IN PROGRESS) Lisp as an Implementation Language for Computer Algebra Systems
Lisp is a very simple language, one suited for doing computer algebra. Almost all CAS systems today owe a lot to the ideas that came from Lisp. This is a book on the Lisp language, and its connection to Yacas. Yacas is built on top of a Lisp dialect.