In this question, I gave an example of a ring whose lattice of two-sided ideals is order-isomorphic to $\omega+1$. I've been playing a bit with trying to find rings with a given lattice of ideals ...
I'd like to wrap up the line of questioning started first in this question and then continued in this question. The only variant left to try is: "How close can you get to the Diamond lattice ...
In this post: Examples of rings with ideal lattice isomorphic to $M_3$, $N_5$ a nice example was given of a non-distributive ring. The lattice of ideals turned out to be the Diamond lattice $M_3$ with ...
There are (at least) two notions of ideals: An ideal in a ring is a set closed under addition and multiplication by arbitrary element. An ideal in a lattice is a set closed under taking smaller ...
In thinking about this recent question, I was reading about distributive lattices, and the Wikipedia article includes a very interesting characterization: A lattice is distributive if and only if ...
Can anyone provide a simple concrete example of a non-arithmetic commutative and unitary ring (i.e., a commutative and unitary ring in which the lattice of ideals is non-distributive)?