Mips instruction - set and explain the restrict pipelining, Computer Networking

1.  Consider these two potential additions to the MIPS instruction set and explain how they would restrict pipelining.

a)  cp d1(r1), d2(r2)

copy contents of word at address c address contents of r2 plus offset d2 into address contents of r1 plus displacement d2.

b)  incr d2(r2)

adds one to the contents of word at address contents of r2 plus offset d2.

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