We investigate the critical short-time scaling of the two-dimensional lattice φ4 field theory with a Langevin dynamics. Starting from a "hot" initial configuration but with a small magnetization, the critical initial increase of the magnetization is observed, through which we determine the critical point. From the short-time relaxation dynamics of various quantities at the critical point obtained, the dynamic critical exponents θ, z and the static exponent β/ν are evaluated. In executing a Langevin simulation, an appropriate discretization method with respect to the time degree of freedom becomes essentially important to be adopted and we show that the well-known second-order form of discretized Langevin equation works well to investigate the short-time dynamics.
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