I understand the basic definition of a metric measure space to be the following:
A metric measure space is a triple of a space $X$, metric $d$, and measure $m$: $(X,d,m)$ in the sense that the metric induces a topology and the measure is the borel measure arising from the sigma field induced by the metric.
I frequently hear/read that, that analysis on these spaces is, informally, analysis in spaces with no a priori smooth structure.
In what sense, formal or informal, is analysis in these spaces "non-smooth"? Does it have to do with the fact the measure isn't complete or something?
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