The first two schemes, FSB  and S-FSB are two cryptographic hash functions. The other two, SYND  and 2SC, are two stream ciphers.
In our report, we are going to introduce the cryptographic schemes briefly, building the basis for the understanding of their implementations. Section 3 presents the C and Java implementations. Based on our C implementations, we have done several performance measurements in order to compare the two hash function schemes, FSB and S-FSB, as well as the two stream ciphers, SYND and 2SC. Section 4 deals with the performance analysis and covers some Dieharder tests for the FSB and S-FSB hash functions.
These are the performance results we obtained  for S-FSB and FSB:
|Hash Length||FSB cycles/byte||S-FSB cycles/byte||FSB file hash 100 MB||S-FSB file hash 100 MB|
As we can see, S-FSB achieves a better performance. 
and those are our results for SYND and 2SC:
|Security Level||SYND cycles/byte|
The 80 bit security level are the parameters recommended by the SYND authors.
|Security Level||2SC cycles/byte|
This shows that at comparable security levels, 2SC is faster.
The respective parameter sets we chose can be obtained from our full report.
The attached impl-sfsb-fsb-synd-fsb.zip file contains our implementations and test scripts we wrote to faciliate parameter choice.