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To mean "a set of choices", what is correct in standard written English: "choice set" or "choices set"?

I see both forms used. Sometimes, even in the same paragraph. For example:

...the theory is related to why rich people consume and the things we can expect to find in the choice set. On the other hand, BE usually takes the choices set as given...

To my ear, singular sounds better: "choice set", "option set", "alternative set", etc. But is there a grammar rule to settle on one of the two forms?

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